Recycled Furniture from Middle East Rugs and Doors

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Recycled furniture by Israeli designer Naama Futerman. Scouring the streets of Tel Aviv for other people’s “junk” , Futerman uses objects such as old carpets and unwanted wooden doors to create interesting pieces of furniture. Fashion & Design design recycled furniture Tel Aviv upcycled materials upcycled trash upcyclingShe gives disposed objects a second life.

Best recycled furniture units for sustainable homes


Recycling. Best recycled furniture units for sustainable homes. The eco conscious homeowner of today has a number of options to go green, and one of the best ways to do the same is by opting for the recycled furniture units. Trash is becoming trendy nowadays, and designers and furniture makers from around the globe are using reclaimed materials to make beautiful and creative furniture designs for modern green homes. Shredded paper furniture.


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Lebanese Designers Transform Washing Machines Into Beautiful Seats

Green Prophet

From beautifully adorned tyres to trash theatres , Lebanon is really getting creative with its rubbish. Which is just as well as Lebanon produces 4,000 tonnes of waste a day and only 10 percent of that is recycled. The exhibit, “Trashy Treasures,” featured furniture, accessories, sculpture, and art works by 18 different artists. For more on recycling in Lebanon see: Burning Tires the Bokja Way – A colourful protest against Beirut Pollution.

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Green Tips to Furnish Your Eco-Conscious Home

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Furniture may be less expensive for consumers to buy these days, but the environmental impact it has is not so good. Along with deforestation, modern furniture also often contains highly toxic chemicals, which are poisonous to the earth as well as the consumers that buy them. There are many ways to keep our green homes furnished with greener furniture without further negative impact on the environment. Some people consider second hand furniture as filthy and unusable.