Recycled, modern bean bags from WASTE
The 70s are back! OK, so I'm only partially kidding with that one. While I don't think we will be welcoming bell bottoms back into our closets anytime soon, bean bags have had a modern makeover thanks to Spain-based company WASTE. One hundred percent hand made, these shape-shifting cushions are made from discarded automotive upholstery. "The bags are created with industrial sewing machinery, resulting in a high breaking strength, abrasion resistance, and ideal extension properties, which guarantee a well-balanced and durable seam. They are secured with a double closing of Velcro and zippers. The filler beans are high-density styrofoam pearls that provide comfort and support."
Five different textile designs are available via the company's website. The first design from this fresh business, I'm quite certain we will be hearing more about WASTE in the near future. "We are a young team of entrepreneurs making every effort to develop our business using ethical practices to reduce and recycle waste."