Today Sharon writes:
I’m tired of seeing the same outdoor furniture over and over at all my friends homes. Doesn’t anyone make eco friendly outdoor furniture that is fun and unique?
Sharon, yes there definitely is! Here are three different types of eco friendly outdoor furniture options I found that are fun and unique!
Wine Barrel Furniture – For the wine connoisseur in you, consider outdoor furniture made of recycled wine barrels. I found a cute set from the web store Gaiam. This set has two folding chairs that are made of recycled wine barrels from California wineries. The table is made also from a wine barrel and I love the whimsical design of the metal legs! This is a great set if you want an intimate chatting area or furniture that will fold up and store over the winter.
Green Mountain Ski Furniture – For the adventurer in you, check out benches and chairs made of old snow boards and skis from Green Mountain Ski Furniture. The company is in Vermont and they recycle old skis and snowboards into benches, chairs and tables. Some are bright and color and others are little more subdued. This furniture will definitely make a bold statement! This furniture is also made right here in the United States and they can also do customization.
Stonecrest Furniture – For more refined tastes, check out Stonecrest Furniture. In particular, look at the Euro line. It features bright colors a modern european style. It’s also available in single chairs or dining sets to meet your needs. The furniture is made from PolyWood and aluminum. The PolyWood slats are made of recycled plastics and is 100% recyclable. There are a dozen colors to choose from, several of them bright and fun! The frames are in aluminum and come in three colors. Plus this furniture is made in the United States and has a five year residential warranty.
You don’t have to have the same boring old outdoor furniture as everyone else, with a little research you can find eco friendly outdoor furniture that is fun and unique!
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