Two Cool Ways to Go Green: Sustainable Style Outdoors

Ever searching for cool ways to go green, I have come across two options for you to relax in style while being sustainable at the same time.

This classic Adirondack style chair is being made in a totally new and sustainable way by Loll. And who can resist ‘going green’ when it looks this good?!


These chairs are made from 100% recycled post consumer “high density polyethylene” which is a plastic resin made from recycled items such as milk jugs, margarine tubs, detergent bottles and so on. While I love the leaf green shown here, they make these in several colors and alternate styles. ┬áTo find out about more styles and other items — even your DOG can have sustainable options at Loll — and to get buying info, read the longer version of this article on the Pangaea Interior Design Blog.

I also found a local craftsman making classic Adirondack chairs out of 100% reclaimed wood from industrial construction pallets. If you prefer wood to plastic, it’s tough to beat this combination of reclaimed wood and local manufacture within 15 miles of Portland, Oregon.


So pick the one that fits your aesthetic and your pocket book and sit back with a tall, cool glass of Lemonade. Enjoy the sunshine!

Pangaea Interior Design offers full interior design services to residential clients as well as home staging in Portland Oregon.

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