Skateboard Furnishings Add a Sporty Edge to Any Home
Skateboarders tend to be very dedicated to their sport, with parts of the skating lifestyle pervading every part of their lives. A company called Skate-Home makes awesome repurposed skateboard furnishings using old decks, wheels and other parts.
The company offers a wide variety of upcycled home accessories that you would probably never imagine could be built from skateboards. Particularly impressive are the Tail & Nose Stop bookends, two ends of a skateboard with wheels (stationary, we presume) that hold up your books in skater style.
Furniture made from skateboard decks is surprisingly modern and stylish. Simple stools and padded chairs would be at home even in a non-sports-related decor – they’re sophisticated with clean and contemporary lines.
Check out this simple yet statement-making footstool: “Original gifts with skateboard decoration for a special occasion is an excellent technique to promote the skateboarding. As a piece of decoration for reflect your best day. To sit in meeting with friends. This skateboard stool is made of high-quality beechwood with a varnished finish leg and the impression skateboard is done with the ultimate printing tech, Hard Polypropylene digitally printed HD.”
Coat racks made of skateboard decks and wheels are an unexpected addition to the skateboard-loving home. “Skateboard coat rack made of a skateboard with hooks formed by 4 wheels. The impression skateboard is done with the ultimate printing tech, Hard Polypropylene digitally printed HD. Actual colors may vary slightly as each monitor displays colors differently. It has two hooks on the back for hanging on the wall.”
Other offerings from Skate-Home include varying sizes of shelves, wall lighting, mirrors, and all kinds of other surprisingly sophisticated home objects.
The lamp might be the coolest of all: ” Skateboard Lamp with a rear mounted LED 7w with white light, provides a nice and soft ambient light suitable for any room of your home. This lamp is made on skateboard deck. The lamp hang vertically and horizontally. The lamp turns on with a switch on the back side.”