Cart 100% made from reclaimed materials!
Today I made this little cart to transport my boxes every time I move houses (very often these days) or when I put up my stand on a market.
The wood is from an old palette from a construction site in my village in Switzerland, as well as the nails; the good wheels were taken from a broken cart found in a dumpster in Reykjavík; the screws were taken from other broken stuff; the rope was found on the shore of Iceland. And now I have a home made brand new cart!
This is a custom order that I’ve been preparing today: “velkomin” on a piece of driftwood collected in Iceland. It’s on its way to Texas to decorate Sharon’s door!
Tadaaa! Here they are. Night stands or shelves, look at the different ways to arrange these three elements.
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broddgöltur is now featured in the window of Atelier Conchi in Begnins, Switzerland, along with Emilio’s recyclette!
This morning I’m varnishing my new cardboard shelves in the sun.
Staying in a house with horse decorations and books about horses all around inspired me these little garlands.
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I chose a book in Danish to cover these cardboard shelves/night stands. Work in progress!