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Dynamic Yellow Volt Table

Dynamic Yellow Volt Table

Looking at this yellow-clad table, one would initially find it common. Of course it is longer but the glaring thing about it is without a doubt its yellow color scheme.

But designer Reinier de Jong seems to think otherwise with his Volt Table which is made entirely of plywood. It carries a smooth make which offers a free flowing shape thanks to its geometrical shape ably supported by triangular legs on the four end corners.

Of course you don’t have to settle for the yellow co

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STEEL Chairs made from old Broom Handles

STEEL Chair

Brooms have their share of useful like too but that doesn’t mean they immediately go towards the garbage dump after being rendered useless. Take it from Dutch designer Reinier de Jong who has found a way to recycle part of it, the main stick, and turn them into these STEEL Chairs.

STEEL (which means handle in Dutch) is made from 10 meters of handles which still show remnants of their old form. The chairs are actually a project and de Jong invites folks to help him out by contributing

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