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Outdoor Seating Made from Reclaimed Sails

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Outdoor Seating Made from Reclaimed Sails

Izabella Simmons 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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