I’ve seen a couple types of recycled stools recently and are surprised by their construction. They’re made of simple materials, varying from egg cartons to magazines and newspapers. These stools are durable and certainly are an interesting focal piece.
Though they’re shown as dining room seats by the New York Times, I’d probably arrange them in a living room as extra seating or in a den for as eclectic kid’s decor. What do you think of using recycled stools in your home? How would you arrange them?
Either way, they’re neat, aren’t they? And definitely perfect for your next DIY project.
Egg Carton Seats from the New York Times
Njustudo Hokenheimer’s Stools Via Curbly
Would you buy these? Would you try making them yourself?
Decor Do or Decor Don’t?
“It was reassuring to know that if we didn’t like the final product, we could neatly stack the trays, wrap a red ribbon around them and set them out for recycling. After all, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”
- Andrew Wagner