Opening from the ocean

Cabinet and door hardware retailer Spark & Burnish has released its Ocean Plastic knobs collection made from re-used and re-purposed ocean plastic.

Cabinet and door hardware retailer Spark & Burnish has released its Ocean Plastic knobs collection made from re-used and re-purposed ocean plastic.

The co-creation between Spark & Burnish and Vert Design created an attractive and functional object for the home from the waste created by household consumption.

The plastic is collected from Sea Shepherd Australia, broken down into pellets and moulded into the cabinet knobs. The final handles measure 50mm in diameter with a 35mm projection.

Proceeds from the sale of Spark & Burnish Ocean Plastic knobs are donated to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation.

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