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Eco-Friendly Lavender Dresser Of Newspaper Wood

Tue, May 15, 2012 | Dressers | By Kate
 
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If you are looking for some glam chic interior pieces, this one is for you – it’s a touch of traditional northern chic but in an unusual color. This cabinet by Breg Hanssen for Vij5 was made of newspaper wood, that is wood planks made from old newspapers.  The piece is amazingly chic, it’s casual though very original and the cool thing is that it’s eco-friendly. The design is rather simple: there are two doors that look like dressers but the charm is the color – sweet pink lavender. Such a piece would look great in any modern or casual interior.

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