No frumpy stumps…

Don´t these clever ScrapHacked stools just make you want to smile? I adore the exciting combo of tree stump top and bright popping bases made from furniture and material found in the trash. The design is by Dave Cameron and Toby Hadden of UK-based studio &made, who set the goal to spark a dialogue about contemporary throw-away culture….Cameron and Hadden work in product, furniture and spatial design and have been featured at the MoMA in an exhibit called Design and the Elastic Mind.

Have a look at the stools below – I guess that had I only had a chainsaw and some old tree trunks I´d be good to go…The types of bases used are rather common… Take this idea with you next time you head to your local thrift furniture store….

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