Green your Backyard with Eco-friendly Furniture, Part II

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In Part I of this series on eco-friendly outdoor furniture, I focused on those made with reclaimed wine barrels and other sustainable woods.  Here, innovative creations made from recycled skis, snowboards and HDPE plastic are highlighted.

  1. Green Mountain Ski Furniture out of Waterbury Center, Vermont, offers an extensive line of durable outdoor furnishings.  They accept donated skis and boards and will create a custom piece just for you from your very own equipment.
  2. Reeski, based in Aspen, Colorado, recycles about 12,000 pounds of skis and snowboards annually to create cool picnic tables, Adirondack chairs and benches.  They offer custom-made products too.
  3. Vermont Ski Recyclers out of Morrisville, Vermont, also saves tons of industry discards from becoming solid waste.  Their line includes tables, chairs, barstools, even a settee!
  4. Made-in-the-USA, the mod recycled plastic furnishings that Loll Designs creates are durable, easy-to-care-for and stylish. (pictured here).
  5. Recycled milk jugs and detergent bottles are used to make the wide assortment of furniture that Poly-Wood, Inc. offers. Classic Adirondack chairs, benches, rockers, and tables are available in many color choices.

Tag(s): Green Furnishings, Reclaimed Materials, Recycling, The Great Green Outdoors

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One Response to “Green your Backyard with Eco-friendly Furniture, Part II”

  1. Eco friendly furniture on July 19th, 2010 12:23 am

    Thank you for the information you provided.Eco-friendly furniture is partially due to the environmental advantages of these pieces, but some of that enthusiasm can be attributed to design,they are more flexible and comfortable to human and our environment.

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