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M DESIGN’s Builds Quirky New Designs Out of Trashed Furniture
Posted By Diane Pham On August 10, 2011 @ 4:45 pm In Design,Green Furniture,Green Interiors | No Comments
As the official “Moving Day” of Montreal, Canada, every July 1st the city streets find themselves littered with abandoned furniture . To save these pieces from dumpster doom, designer Marjolaine Poulin has made an art  out of collecting the unwanted and creatively giving them new life as quirky designs with a whole lot of character. Going as far as to cutting and fusing two or more unlikey pieces together, to simply giving an exisiting form an unexpected splash of color, each of her creations are unique and highlight the possibilities of reuse.
+ M Design 
Via Recycleart 
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 Marjolaine Poulin : http://www.maobamboo.blogspot.com/
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 Recycleart: http://www.recyclart.org/2011/07/design-scrap-project/
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