Think Sustainable: Furniture Made From Recycled Milk Jugs

Think Sustainable: Furniture Made From Recycled Milk Jugs

Lately major mentality transformations occurred in the field of sustainability. It seems that everyone wants to recycle, but some consider the process either too futuristic or too unhandy. Here’s an idea that should help those who don’t believe that a change is possible. Loll Designs is a company in USA whose main field of work is producing outdoor products made from recycled materials. Not only that, but the firm also struggles to make furniture which requires no maintenance and that can be recycled again. In the photos below you have a presentation of their new collection, one that includes chairs, planters, tables and a bird house. The remarkable thing is that these items were all created out of 100% recycled materials- milk jugs, to be exact. Did we get your attention?-via Inner Insight

7 comments

  • intrepidesigner May 19, 2010 at 12:47 PMLogin to Reply →

    wow, I’m amazed. you’d never say….

  • Chris May 19, 2010 at 13:00 PMLogin to Reply →

    The concept is great, but, as usual, the prices are astronomical

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  • Sinag-Tala May 21, 2010 at 07:31 AMLogin to Reply →

    Of course the prices are astronomical. I’d pay big for these furnitures—these are done with love and tremendous effort.

    Great job Loll!

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  • John Durgen June 1, 2010 at 15:50 PMLogin to Reply →

    More toxins are released when the milk jugs are burned in China, which release even more heinous chemicals. and they have the nerve to call that ugly/uncomfortable furniture sustainable and “recycling”? Far less pollution is created with entirely new plastic. The problem is not the environment, it’s over-population.