Recycling the Odds & Ends.

For a while there we were all concerned about recycling the old furniture, the old rubber tires, taking from fast-growing bamboo and melting down metals and glass for new table tops. But what about those things we never imagined we could incorporate into new design? We chuck these odds and ends away, toss them in the trash without second thought. Someone is way ahead the unexpected… Point Click Home shows us that when common objects become an inspiration, there is always the next modern muse.

Bench from Bike Parts | By Nic Rodex

Bench from Bike Parts | By Nic Rodex

Pendant made with toothpicks | by Diasuke Hiraiwa

Pendant made with toothpicks | by Diasuke Hiraiwa

Plastic Hanger Chandelier | by Etsy

Plastic Hanger Chandelier | by Etsy

Desk made of scraps | by Chris Rucker

Desk made of scraps | by Chris Rucker

Textile Scraps create a Chair | by Camilla Halvorsen

Textile Scraps create a Chair | by Camilla Halvorsen

Pleated Paper Makes a Chair | by Nendo

Pleated Paper Makes a Chair | by Nendo

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