PLOF Recycles an Array of Production Waste into Colorful Ottomans
Posted By Diane Pham On May 17, 2012 @ 12:20 pm In Reader Submitted Content,Recycled Materials | No Comments
Thoughtful designers, like those at Atlier Belge , are looking for new and innovative ways to create furniture that incorporates sustainable solutions. PLOF  is an eco-friendly and durable way to reuse different types of production waste. Colorful textile leftovers are shredded into smaller pieces and upholstered with see-thru PE plastic to create furniture benches. The combination of colors and textures is unique to each bench, and no two are the same. Like any upholstered piece PLOF is padded with several knots topped by shiny white buttons adding comfort and elegance. This unique bench gives new life to waste textiles and will make for a creative and colorful addition to your home — indoors or out.
+ Atlier Belge 
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 Atlier Belge: http://www.outdoorzgallery.com/ph
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