Green with Envy
1. TALKING HEADS
Hunt guilt-free with these laser-cut, non-toxic, recyclable cardboard trophy heads. Whether mounted au naturel in their native brown or decorated with a discerning eye the animal heads are an ideal and earth-friendly way to introduce your walls to your favourite big game.
2. STRING THEORY
Made from sustainable organic materials, the fishnet style table is sure to catch the discriminating eye. Handmade using traditional Southeast Asian techniques, the Dragnet table’s fibres are twisted around a galvanised steel frame, providing designers with new hope for knotty rope.
3. HEEL AND SIT
Inspired by the shape of a lady’s sandal, the environmentally friendly Manolo chair uses sustainable materials to create a seat that have guests flipping to flop on it. Stained rattan vines are woven on to a steel frame, which is then bound with leather strips and topped with a colourful cushion, making this a shoo-in as the perfect perch.
4. CURVES AHEAD
Inspired by antique furniture and the female form, the decidedly contemporary Curva console combines green design ethos with modern sensibilities for fresh results. Available in a variety of eye-popping colours, the tables are moulded from fibreboard made from wood waste, while supplies come from companies within a five-mile vicinity, ensuring a minimal carbon footprint. Without a doubt, these tables are a leg up on the competition.
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