What if we could create a beautiful piece of furniture from a forest weed?
A local Queensland furniture designer has done just that.
Designed by a local Queenslander Darcy Clarke, these stools are made from Champor Laural timber and fully recyclable plastic (moulded from the timber stool). These simple stools have a natural honest charm reminiscent of camp fire logs.
They also come in a variety of colours and can work in a wide range of situations like kitchen stools, dining room seats and outdoor furniture.
|I love the timber with the yellow stools!|
|images from darcyclarke|
Also there is no need to worry about the source of the timber because in SE Queensland, Champor Laural is classed as a weed, and is threatening the native blue gums which is home to our Koalas.
You can see more of Darcy's designs at darcyclarke.com