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Nina Tolstrup Creates Decor Pieces from Discarded Odds and Ends

 - Oct 26, 2012
References: studiomama & homedit
Designer Nina Tolstrup's 'Re-Imagine' collection amalgamates discarded bits of furniture. Items that either old or unavailable for use are repurposed or reused by the artist with an intense interest in waste and sustainability.

The aesthetic appeal of the Re-Imagine set adds even greater appeal to Tolstrup's innovative recycling concept. The solid and technicolor blue, red, yellow and orange chairs are quite appealing for fans of classic art deco styles, instantly sprucing up barren or sterile spaces.

The designers' Studiomama store is currently based in London. Her green products are made for the public and for companies interested in environmental furnishing, attracting the attention of some of the UK's top interior decorators and at-home style enthusiasts.