This piece had natural blue-ish purple tones, could be an amazing accent piece.
Reclaimed Pacific Ocean pier
Last week, I had the pleasure of visiting our reclaimed wood facility and seeing the full process behind how our new products are developed and produced.
One of the things that is so very “pacific northwest” is to be hard-core recyclers and sustainability focused, our guys take it to the ultimate level. Every bit of waste wood and sawdust from production is recycled, the shop is wired for maximum electrical efficiency using 3-phase power for most major equipment, the furniture products are produced in such a way as to allow for easy recycling at the end of use as well. They truly consider the entire lifespan of everything they produce.
There is careful consideration of matching up reclaimed wood (which have a variety of character profiles based on origin and/or first usage) to the end product; I saw wood reclaimed from Pacific piers, from fallen urban trees, and large support posts from old buildings as flooring, casework, ceilings, commercial furnishings, and custom accent pieces.
Some of the pieces are entering into not just secondary but tertiary usage. We are very excited by the response thus far to our reclaimed wood program. It’s incredible what had been considered “waste” can become.
Marble – look Spalted wood slab
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Wine bar. Our team can develop nearly any concept in reclaimed wood.
Spenny Wood, custom arch and ceiling.