One Swedish designer has decided on a more practical measure for our unwanted goods.

In most American cities, trash day brings a plethora of used furniture to the nation's sidewalks to either be recycled or discarded. However, one Swedish designer has decided on a more practical measure for our unwanted goods. Liza Fredrika Aslund has created the shoes you see below, all from pieces of wood she found leftover from recent furniture construction. Now if only there was something useful to be made from all those old sofas.

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Liza Fredrika Aslund

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