12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random Things

Furniture is like Facebook. Or something. But it can also be like other things—like anything you want it to be, actually. Here are some pieces of furniture made from just about anything.


Chairs made from old pipes in renovated buildings. They've been washed, probably.
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Piet Hein Eek
A chair made out of a suitcase, but it's really a metaphor for America.
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Recreate
Turn a typewriter into a lamp because you're a terrible person.
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Recreate
Business cards made into a lampshade. Suck it, Paul Allen.
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Last Light/Facebook
Music Box Chair: For when you need music in your butt.
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Tristan Roland
With a coffee filter lamp, you won't get mind the stains when you leave your coffee mug on the lampshade for too long.
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Lampada
Which will most likely find its way into the Final Destination 9 script.
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Willem Heeffer
Pretty sure these were from an episode of Home Improvement.
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Ronen Tinman/Facebook
Probably don't want to sit on these while naked.
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Pawel Grunert
And wait until you see the refrigerator made out of a coffee table.
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Arjun Rathi
Building your office out of wooden shipping pallets probably seems more clever until your office is made out of wooden shipping pallets.
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Most Architecture
If we can make venetian blinds into a usable chair, why can't I get them to all face the same way for more than a day and a half?
12 Pieces of Furniture Made from Random ThingsPhoto: Tenenbaum Hazan Industrial Design/Facebook

Image curation by Attila Nagy