The fantasy of designers knows no bounds! Completely crazy furniture creates Estonian sculptor Mati Karmin (Mati Karmin) from a rather frightening material. In the course are deep sea mines of the Second World War! The designer lives on the coast of the Gulf of Finland, near the island of Naissaar, which since the 18th century was an important defensive object and military base. Now there is a museum on the island and a huge number of shells of sea mines scattered along the shore. As it turned out, you can make interesting furniture from mines with a wide range: tables, armchairs, fireplaces, toilets and even baby carriages in the style of the Adams family. It looks very unusual, although not every object can be imagined in the interior. But such furniture made of mines is durable, reliable and durable! What is called, for ages! Even moving from the place will not be easy. Such furniture from mines can look harmoniously ininterior style underground, stim-punk or flax. Also, this kind of situation can be considered for cafes, restaurants or other thematic public institutions.