Street Sign Furniture by Tim Delger

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

We’ve all heard the saying “one man’s junk is another man’s treasure,” and the saying certainly rings true with this incredible road sign furniture.

Venice, California based designer Tim Delger has done just that, turning old junky highway signage into usable furniture for your household. The artist describes the collection as functional art due to the fact that each and every repurposed highway sign turned furniture was crafted by hand, and each has its own texture and personality. There are tons of different signs being used for both tables and chairs in the Street Sign Furniture Collection.

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