6 Plastic Furniture and Accessory Designs

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May 1, 2013
From an innovative toaster to a bright scratch resistant chair, check out these six designs that feature the numeours capabilities of the moldable, bendable, and wondrous material: plastic. And be sure to catch a peek of this Australian design studio making its mark on plastic containers!
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  The original 1948 Zenith Plier Stapler has received a bit of a design update, but its function remains the same—use in one hand and staple away!

    The original 1948 Zenith Plier Stapler has received a bit of a design update, but its function remains the same—use in one hand and staple away!

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  Part coffee table, part storage bin, this transparent repository will add style to any room.

    Part coffee table, part storage bin, this transparent repository will add style to any room.

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  This white plastic and stainless steal toaster by Jasper Morrison from Rowenta features a warming tray and photo-sensor browning control to ensure your bread gets toasted just right.

    This white plastic and stainless steal toaster by Jasper Morrison from Rowenta features a warming tray and photo-sensor browning control to ensure your bread gets toasted just right.

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  The Tiffany Chair is made from molded plastic that is scratch resistant and easy to clean. Its bold red color will instantly add personality to any room in the home.

    The Tiffany Chair is made from molded plastic that is scratch resistant and easy to clean. Its bold red color will instantly add personality to any room in the home.

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  Made from wipe-clean, 100 percent post-industrial and post-consumer recycled plastic, this ocean blue playhouse is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use by your mini modernist.

    Made from wipe-clean, 100 percent post-industrial and post-consumer recycled plastic, this ocean blue playhouse is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use by your mini modernist.

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  By combining reclaimed plastic bins and expertly wrapped rattan, these wood and plastic containers—produced in the Philippines, under fair trade conditions—add a bit of handcrafted flair and visual intrigue to an otherwise standard basket.

    By combining reclaimed plastic bins and expertly wrapped rattan, these wood and plastic containers—produced in the Philippines, under fair trade conditions—add a bit of handcrafted flair and visual intrigue to an otherwise standard basket.

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