Turning Wine Barrels Into Furniture near Bordeaux, MayDouelle

Should I blame it on the stormy weather, a rainy and windswept day? To be honest, I have not accomplished much this morning, I've been meandering.

I did manage do sketch a few chocolate stories to make you salivate in the run up to Easter.

I am also happy to have spotted a little French company MayDouelle that turns Wine Barrels into Furniture.

I guess their location in Le Bouscat near Bordeaux is no accident.

The proximity to a steady supply of old barrels is a must in their field.

So far, their line includes 3 products, a chair named 'Dantoine' (pictured below), a table, a wine rack.


Creative recycling for Green Day # 121

Previously: Saving Trees, One Receipt at a Time, Transaction Tree

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