3 Reclaimed Wood Designs

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August 6, 2013
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  WRITING DESK WITH HUTCH The natural grain and graphic patterns of reclaimed wood give Tom Ptacek's handcrafted furniture a unique design fingerprint. This heart pine writing desk with hutch has a series of rings that will keep you visually stimulated while you do your work.

    WRITING DESK WITH HUTCH

    The natural grain and graphic patterns of reclaimed wood give Tom Ptacek's handcrafted furniture a unique design fingerprint. This heart pine writing desk with hutch has a series of rings that will keep you visually stimulated while you do your work.

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  OF SCOTT'S GRANDMOTHER AND RECLAIMED WOOD He lists his grandmother ("who recycled everything") as his inspiration. How can you not be smitten with Scott Raffaele? He custom designs and produces all of the furniture for his brand 4Korners from recycled and reclaimed woods, with materials ranging from bamboo to white oak.

    OF SCOTT'S GRANDMOTHER AND RECLAIMED WOOD

    He lists his grandmother ("who recycled everything") as his inspiration. How can you not be smitten with Scott Raffaele? He custom designs and produces all of the furniture for his brand 4Korners from recycled and reclaimed woods, with materials ranging from bamboo to white oak.

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  THE SECRET LIFE OF KENTUCKY BOURBON BARRELS There seems to be more reclaimed wood in Brooklyn than trees themselves. This probably is both a good thing and a bad thing—reclaiming used wood being the good half of that equation, and any tree-less block the bad half. Enter Uhuru: the Shaker-inspired group in Red Hook that designs and builds tables, seating, beds, lamps, storage units and mirrors out of wood that has been reclaimed, recycled, repurposed, reused or otherwise rejected from its original purpose.    This originally appeared in The Secret Life of Kentucky Bourbon Barrels.

    THE SECRET LIFE OF KENTUCKY BOURBON BARRELS

    There seems to be more reclaimed wood in Brooklyn than trees themselves. This probably is both a good thing and a bad thing—reclaiming used wood being the good half of that equation, and any tree-less block the bad half. Enter Uhuru: the Shaker-inspired group in Red Hook that designs and builds tables, seating, beds, lamps, storage units and mirrors out of wood that has been reclaimed, recycled, repurposed, reused or otherwise rejected from its original purpose.

    This originally appeared in The Secret Life of Kentucky Bourbon Barrels.
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