Outdoor Seating Made from Reclaimed Sails by

Issue 29 · A La Plage · July 20, 2012

Outdoor Seating Made from Reclaimed Sails

Issue 29 · A La Plage · July 20, 2012

Sailing isn't for everyone, but if you're like us, you'll like the nautical look of these outdoor seating options made from reclaimed sails.

Dvelas, a Pamplona-based company, offers a collection of furniture and accessories made from recycled ship sail canvas. They buy and repurpose sails, and because of the diverse nature of the durable textile, each product is a one-of-a-kind. Contact Dvelas for pricing details.

Above: Genois beanbag.

Above: Recycled sails ready to be turned into chair seats.

Above: The Trimmer chair is made from iron tubing and recovered sail and rope.

Above: The B&S Elonso is available in a lounger and easy chair. They are made from wood and sail that wraps around the chair.

Above: Garrucho hangers are made from sail hooks and hemp rope.

Above: Weathered open end snap sail hook.

Above: The Driza hanger; pull the rope to get to your garment of choice.



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