Every car owners have their seatbelts changed regularly for safety purposes, discard it instead of reusing it, and create a sustainable product similar to the wardrobe room divider bed by Katharina Pawlik, a German designer that make use of old seatbelts to create functional and sustainable product.
During the World War II, the Soviets on little Naissaar Island had mass-produced naval mines. The mines are oblong in shape that looks similar to metal pills with around 3 feet in diameter. The mine’s surface have finger-thick extension that looks like blunted insect antenna. Each of the mines packed a 500-pound charge giving it the ability to destroy an armored warship. However, with the excellent work of art, they turned out to be one of your elegant and artistic decors at home. If before they can caused tremor, today, these Naval Mines serve a more humanitarian purpose already as your unique home décor like a fireplace. Now tell me if you still consider naval mines deadly items as it decorates your home with style and uniqueness. You can have them as your stylish bed, fireplace, bathtub, baby carrier, chair, and swing to name a few. The baby carrier can look scary, but this surely will serve as your baby’s comfortable haven.
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