Fridge Couch Made from Recycled Refrigerator

If you are looking for green and environmentally friendly options to revamp your home, recycled furniture is certainly the best choice for you.For example this Stylish Fridge Couch from Fridgecouch was made from an old refrigerator and also the cherry-red leather seating is from an old 1984 BMW 325.

Fridgecouch 325e Frost Clear

Fridgecouch 735i Dual-Temp

For this one the designer use a Navy blue 1984 BMW 735i back seat w/ central arm rest in Electric Orange 1983 Admiral Dual-Temp refrigerator.

Fridgecouch 535i No Frost

Black Leather 1988 BMW 535i back seat w/ fold-down arm rest in Harvest Gold 1980 GE No Frost refrigerator w/ dark walnut oak shelving,  swinging freezer door side-table, storage cabinet and Ipod compatible Phillips sound system. So what do you say about these items? Aren’t they simply amazing? They are made of recycled parts but still look very cool. So do not think about throwing away your old refrigerator or car seats, but turn them into a new piece of furniture that combines the two in a totally new sofa for your living room.

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on November 3rd, 2010



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