Many interior designers are suggesting furniture made of recycled items these days. They not only add beauty to the room, but also contribute to lesser carbon footprints. Some recycled furniture options are mentioned below:
Recycled Buenos Aires Roller Blinds
This furniture concept uses roller blinds given out in trash on the streets of Buenos Aires. Conceptualized and designed by Maria COnstanza Nunez and Gabriel Pires Mateus of Argentina, this design is called Gruba. Roller Blinds are a material that is disposed off in large quantities. These are recycled and used to make furniture for homes.
Reincarnated chairs by Claire Danthois are named such because the range has been created from discarded furniture. He uses reclaimed timber and cable to assemble this lovely looking piece of furniture. To keep the range eco-friendly, Danthois hasn’t used grease paints at all. The chairs can be customized to suit the requirements and taste of the consumer.
Created by Cory Barkman from Calgary, this furniture is made from weathered hardwood furniture. A lovely concept of carvings along with a perfect finesse to the product, these items of creativity surely stand apart from the commonly found chic or traditional furniture. Barkman has come up with a variety of furniture including prayer stand, coffee table, dining table and sword racks.
Recycled wine corks
This surprising collection makes use of wine corks for the construction of chairs. Corks have been recycled into a variety of products. However, nowadays they are finding new use in furniture. The brain child of Gabriel Wiese, the corks has been arranged so that they still keep their original shape intact, while faithfully following the lines and curves of the chairs.
Originating from London based Rabih Hage, scrapped pieces of Corian have found their way into these lovely examples of angular furniture. Made from discarded stones, wood or metal, these luxury products have become a new trend in the industry. Plus, they are increasingly gaining popularity due to their unique shape and contemporary take on furniture. This line is as much a work of art, as it is for furniture.
Made by M&Mme Valentin, this piece of home furniture is made from old handmade cabinets and reclaimed bankjraj wood. It is a perfect combination of classic traditional with contemporary style and construction.