Nudie Jeans Recycles Jeans Into Camping Furniture

by: Joseph On  Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Denim brand Nudie Jeans have been engaging in an initiative called Recycle Denim for a while now, and the latest fruits of that project have recently been revealed. This time around, the brand has taken around 2,700 pairs of jeans and repurposed them into various pieces of camping furniture (although they would probably look pretty good in your apartment, too).

The brand new line of Nudie Jeans Recycle Denim pieces include rugs and camper seats all made from cast-off pairs of Nudie Jeans. The camper seats are woven by hand from in-and-out seams, with the only additions being a belt and leather patch on each seat. As for the rugs, they’re made from what’s left in the jeans after the seams are taken out.

In the gallery below, you can get a good look at the new line of Nudie Jeans Recycle Denim camper seats and rugs. And if you want to grab any of them for yourself, you should head over to the Nudie Jeans online store here sooner rather than later, because supplies are limited.

Here are the photos: