Being the avid DIYers that we are, we often come across great tutorials for couches made from old shipping pallets. This project is one such example.
Credit: Prudent Baby
But we've also found some other extreme sofas made from even more surprising materials.
This one's made from a fridge. Case in point.
Credit: Fridge Couch
Or take this sculptural chaise for example.
Credit: Daniel Michalik
A sofa made from nickels? Why not?
Credit: Jonathan Bell/Flickr
And let's not forget this telephone booth transformation.
Credit: Karen Roe/Flickr
Apparently, converting car parts into sofas is also a popular trend.
Particularly the rear.
This one allegedly moves.
Credit: Paul Townsend/Flickr
As our expedition to find the weirdest sofas winded down, we decided that simpler was better. Hello, minimalistic concrete sette.
Credit: Michael Coghlan/Flickr
But at the end of the day, nothing beats an afternoon nap on a bed of moss. As the great Frank Lloyd Wright once said: "Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature." And you can't get closer to nature than this.
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