Unique Furniture Designs Recycling Tennis Balls for Playful Seats
Unique furniture design for modern homes, designer furniture
Tennis balls are a surprising material for modern chairs design that brings unique texture and softness into colorful and playful furniture design. Made with tennis balls furniture is great for kids playrooms and outdoor home decorating in dry climates.
The HEX Tennis Collection is a good example of recycling tennis balls after tournaments. These creative recycling and furniture design ideas reflect designer’s childhood memories of having fun in rooms and pools filled with soft colored balls. Recycled crafts and furniture design idea are great ways to show a responsibility for the environment.
When I learned about the short life of a tennis ball, I immediately knew it was fate,- American architect Hugh Hayden said. His eco friendly green ideas for recycling tennis balls helped create attractive and unique furniture designs. The contemporary furniture pieces, a glass top table and a chair, are made of used tennis balls.
Unique furniture made with tennis balls
These contemporary, interesting and unique furniture design used tennis balls, collected on tennis courts in New York. Each outdoor furniture piece requires 8 to 16 hours of work. To assemble unique furniture, used tennis balls are connected with a thin polyester rope for strong and flexible design.
Here are the pictures of designer furniture made of colorful plastic balls, and also the tennis ball stool design, and another contemporary chair made of 50 tennis balls by designer Will Holman.
Recycling tennis balls for contemporary furniture
The collection of unique furniture recycling tennis balls consists of surprisingly ergonomic and attractive chairs and glass top tables. With slightly bent back, the contemporary chairs are comfortable and stylish. Now the furniture designer plans to make a sofa made of used tennis balls.
by Ena Russ
last updated: 10.08.2013
Related articles and sponsored content
and enjoy free articles sent to your inboxSubscribe