Expanded polypropylene has marked its place in design industry a long time ago. EPP furniture are light and exceptionally durable. Newest technologies allow for creating whole furniture pieces, modular elements, or components that constitute a given product. Furnitures made from this material are distinguished by their unique style and futuristic design. Such products can be used in offices, public spaces, or in private houses.
Among most common furniture pieces made from expanded polypropylene are benches, chairs, designer seats, tables, bookshelves. These can have different shapes and sizes and are durable and resistant to damage. Furniture made from expanded polypropylene can have many distinct colours, giving them more aesthetically pleasing look. They can be covered with material or padded with soft foam. EPP tables are not only good-looking, but also very practical.
As we mentioned above, EPP is often used as a part of components that are used inside furniture systems. Usually these are elements that are particularly exposed to damage like headrests, seats, armrests, etc. Thanks to multitude of connection systems that can be applied to EPP technology (screwing-in, inserts melted inside product), a lot of elements can be interconnected (frames, racks, etc.).
Expanded polypropylene is also quite common in interior design. Decorative elements or functional products used in everyday life are often produced by leading companies. These elements include wall decorations, shelves, wine racks, flowerpots, and many others. Universality of EPP allows it to be used in almost any space, be it private house, an office, or art gallery. Light weight of these products, their durability, and possibility of using paint on EPP makes it a perfect material for these applications.