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  • Ashley Mack

    Easy DIY chairs = inner tubes wrapped in fabric. Kind of genius. perfect for kids rooms, reading corners and movie nights.

  • A Perfectly Poetic Page

    Inner tubes wrapped in fabric! Super fun idea for a reading corner or classroom library.

  • Jeannie Perez

    Doing this for my room & the kids room! Outdoor chairs: inner tubes wrapped in fabric.

  • Phillip Hamby

    DIY Furniture - This delightful Drops pouf is a chair made of an inner tube covered with recycled upholstery material. It was inspired by the process behind making tassels (bunching together lots of strips of leftover fabric) and introduces elements of color and fun into the user’s everyday life. I love inner tubes,they should be for fun,on the water,or using as couches,in fun,not popped.

  • Catie Wells

    CHAIRS = inner tubes wrapped in fabric. so fun for a kid's room or playroom, classroom, for extra movie night seats, or for extra outdoor seats.

  • Little Leapers

    inner tube wrapped in upholstery fabric-- awesome seating for a kids room or play room

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