The Trash Closet From Component Found On The Streets

In the US alone, nearly 10 million tons of furniture ends up on landfills annually, and is the least converted category of waste. Marijke & Sander Lucas for Dutch Design Only encourage us to stop wasting old furniture and start using or recycling it with building of the Trash Closet.

It creates a bold visual statement about cast-off furniture pollution with a cabinet assembled from items found on the streets of Amsterdam.Such an eccentric though eco-friendly bit would be a cool accent in any modern room, white from outside and red in the inside, the closet highlights its origin.Create a statement with it in your bedroom!

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