If you can think of anything cooler than having a bunch of art and lighting in your home made from recycled pieces of an airplane, let us know because we’re honestly at a loss with these pieces from Plane Pieces Inc. A vintage retention nut and piston from a Cessna 182 Skylane propeller got turned into a desk lamp. A martini table made from an Eames era propeller spinner cone with a glass table top that actually spins. Tea light holders created from Beechcraft Baron Airplane internal springs. Do we need to keep going? We’ve seen so many pieces of recycled rubber bike innertube turned into products that we were beginning to think recycled design was an oxymoron. Plane Pieces Inc. is a textbook definition that there’s plenty of cool old shit just waiting to be turned into stuff you can proudly display in your home.
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