Adirondack Rocker by Loll Designs

Apr 18, 2014

Category: Living

Ever wonder what happens to all those plastic bottles you recycle? Wouldn’t you like to reap some rewards for being so conscientious? Here’s one way you can: the Adirondack Rocker from Loll Designs.

Made totally from 100% recycled materials – in this case, 424 milk jugs – this all-weather rocking chair is meant for the front porch. It’s durable, stately, and the contoured seat and back promise enough comfort to bypass any cushions. It even features a hidden stainless steel bottle opener below the sitters’ right arm, just in case you wanna add to your recycling collection as you sit on your recycled rocking chair. It’s available in nine colors, and for each order they receive, Loll Designs will plant a tree to offset CO2 emissions. [Purchase]

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