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Cool Furniture Pieces Made From Old Airplane Parts

For those are lovers of flying, they can actually make their home feel closer to skies. Some companies around the world are actually salvaging the old military as well as the civilian aircraft parts. They salvage these parts to create some lavish furniture which can be called the very definition of functional art.

Today we have compiled a list of such refurbished furniture items that are so cool looking that people, who even have Aviophobia, will admire them. What can be cooler than a chair made out a jet engine or a desk that was once an airplane wing?

So scroll down to look at these cool furniture pieces made from old airplane parts.

Boeing 737 Cowling Chair

Boeing 737

https://www.fallenfurniture.com/

Aviator Wing Desk

Aviator Wing Desk




http://www.hauteresidence.com

Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet Conference Table

Boeing 747 Jumbo Jet

http://www.motoart.com

Parts Of A Jet Engine Form A Shower

Jet Engine Form A Shower

http://3storymagazine.com

Desk Made From Engine Cowl Of A 747

A 747

https://www.reddit.com

Vintage Propeller Prop Coffee Table

Coffee Table

https://ad.zanox.com

Fuselage Desk

Fuselage Desk

http://www.motoart.com

Jet Engine Titanium Rotor Turned Into A Mirror

Mirror

https://twitter.com

Desk Wing Right

Desk Wing Right

https://www.eichholtz.com

Jet Engine Ceiling Fan

Jet Engine Ceiling Fan

https://aviationflyingfurniture.com

Furniture Made From Airplane Parts

Airplane Parts

https://twitter.com

Kc-97 Front Landing Gear Door Sink

Kc-97

http://www.motoart.com

Wine Table Made From Jet Engines

Jet Engines

https://twitter.com

Bae 146 Exhaust Lamp

Bae 146 Exhaust Lamp

https://www.fallenfurniture.com

Raf Mk1 Practice Cluster Bomb Drinks Cabinet

Raf Mk1

https://www.fallenfurniture.com/

Custom Desk Made From A Cfm56 Cowling From A Dc8

Custom Desk

https://twitter.com

Jumbo 747 Sleeper Bed

Jumbo 747 Sleeper Bed

http://www.motoart.com

Aircraft Door Cabinet

Aircraft Door Cabinet

http://www.aero-1946.com

F-Light, A Modular Lighting System Made Of Recycled Plane

F-Light

http://coudamyarchitectures.com

B-747 Cowling Reception Desk

B-747 Cowling Reception Desk

http://www.motoart.com

737 Engine Cowling Mirror

737 Engine Cowling Mirror

http://www.motoart.com

Airplane Propeller Blade Sculpture

737 Engine Cowling Mirror

https://www.aviationart.com

Stools From Recycled Aircraft Scrap

Aircraft Scrap

http://www.aero-1946.com

Table Made From Airplane Parts

Airplane Parts

https://twitter.com

Aeronca L-3 Grasshopper

Aeronca L-3 Grasshopper

https://aviationflyingfurniture.com

Plane Engine Coffee Table

Plane Engine Coffee Table

http://www.jwkinseyswoodcraft.com/

Jacobs Radial Aircraft Engine Table

Jacobs Radial Aircraft engine

http://intrepid-design.co.uk

Boeing 757 First Class Seats

Boeing 757

https://aeroartshop.com

Aeroplane Wing Desk

Aeroplane Wing Desk

https://www.reestore.com

Industrial Lamp Made From Recycled Airplane Parts

Industrial Lamp

https://www.recyclart.org

Boeing 747 Wheel Tables

Boeing 747 Wheel Tables

https://www.fallenfurniture.com/

Mixer Tulip 737 Table

Mixer Tulip 737 Table

https://www.bonhams.com

Cowling Bar

Cowling Bar

https://www.fallenfurniture.com

C-124 Cargo Wall Shelf

C-124 Cargo Wall Shelf

http://www.motoart.com

Aircraft Wing Conference Table

Aircraft Win

https://www.fallenfurniture.com/

Motoart Dc9 Cowling Ice Bucket

Ice Bucket

https://www.boredpanda.com

Chair Made From Old Airplane Parts

Chair

https://www.boredpanda.com

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