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Going Green: Straw Side Tables Of Biodegradable Material

Wed, Feb 26, 2014 | Going Green, Tables

Green fans, get inspired! Dutch designer David Derksen collaborated with British designer Phil Procter to create this utilitarian series of biodegradable side tables. Made from a biodegradable board material that consists of pressed straw, the Straw side tables are an innovative new design – this material is right what we need to save the nature!...Continue Reading...

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Iconic Le Corbusier Chair Of Recycled Materials

Mon, Feb 10, 2014 | Chairs, Going Green

Recycling materials is necessary today and it helps not to waste resources; recycled furniture is a cool green idea, and this Le Corbusier is one of such things. Reincarnated into an icon, materials change their function and history. Originally, Le Corbusier chair was a classical piece useful for any modern interior but this model is made of recycled wood...Continue Reading...

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52 Ideas To Use Driftwood In Home Décor

Tue, Jan 28, 2014 | Decorating, Going Green |

Using driftwood for décor is a brilliant idea because it’s not only beautiful but also eco-friendly because you use reclaimed old wood for creation of new and amazing designs. Driftwood items don’t always mean that a coastal or beach touch, they can look fantastically rustic. There are many cool creations by designers – driftwood tables, lamps,...Continue Reading...

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Bio Mass Lights Made From Real Tree Branches

Thu, Oct 31, 2013 | Going Green, Lamps, Lights

Furniture and decor designer Jay Watson decided to make a piece featuring features a main ingredient that is literally from right in his own backyard – tree branches. He picked some of them from his own property to drill out and fit the latest kind of low-energy-use LED inside with an exit through the bottom, resulting in a hanging light with preserved...Continue Reading...

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Creative Level Wall Shelf Of Fabric

Wed, Aug 7, 2013 | Bookshelfs, Going Green

What is special about this shelf is that it has a soft shape that changes depending on the content. This is Level shelf by Barcelona designer Roger Moliné. The concept is ultra-minimalist; it’s based on the principle of communicating vessels. Level is divided into two parts. The first are the pivots, they allow a proper grip on any kind of wall and also...Continue Reading...

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Futuristic Stiltboxes Furniture Of Recycled Materials

Fri, Jul 26, 2013 | Furniture, Going Green

Pallets keep being an awesome material for crafts and designers, and this furniture collection called Stiltboxes isn’t one of this mass-produced pressboard furniture. The collection is made of plastic and pallet wood, each piece is unique and handmade. The drawers are done in blue, pink or green and grey. These pieces remind me of some futuristic objects...Continue Reading...

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Paving Stones With Holes For Greenery

Wed, Mar 6, 2013 | Going Green

Eco-friendly and green ideas become more and more actual and popular because nowadays it’s very important to take care of nature and let it integrate modern life. Caroline Brahme was awarded for creating Grey To Green – it’s a series of paving stones that can “host vegetation”. These paving stones would bring more greenery to any city, will make...Continue Reading...

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Colorful Zen Gardens With Cactuses You Can Modify

Mon, Jan 21, 2013 | Going Green

In our world of constant stress and problems we really need some relaxation. Gardens of Wendiland will help you to rest with their Modern Zen Gardens. Zen gardens appeared in Japan in the 15th century and then became popular. The traditional Zen gardens consist of sand and stones but these are modern variations so the stones are replaced by cactuses and...Continue Reading...

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Unusual Eco-Friendly Christmas Tabletop Tree

Sat, Nov 17, 2012 | Going Green

We’ve recently told of some awesome Christmas tree alternatives, and here’s one more idea. One Two Tree was created by a couple in Australia. It’s an ideal piece for those who think about the ecology of their house – it’s eco-friendly because made of untreated high-grade Australian hoop pine plywood. It can be styled to suit any space. It’s...Continue Reading...

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Eco-friendly Dish Rack And Planter In One

Thu, Jun 21, 2012 | Going Green

Eco-friendly design is very popular now. You can find eco-friendly kitchens made of paper, chairs of natural materials, wooden baths and so on. Now it’s an eco-friendly Fluidity dish rack by Design Libero! It’s very simple while genius – the rack has a double function – it’s a dish rack and a planter in one, you can grow fresh herbs and stack your...Continue Reading...

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