Reclaimed Wood Products is just that. Based out of Los Angeles they provide wood products for all sorts of sustainable projects. Great looking supplies made into some really beautiful looking stuff. There are places like this popping up all over the country.
Check your local hood for companies that reclaim materials from old buildings.
Decorative bowl hand molded from recycled waste paper and then lined with an old map of Washington DC on the inside. Groovy.
Vintage maps and reclaimed Spanish tiles decorate the risers of the stairway in Adrian Grenier's offices designed by Domino contributing editor Nathan Turner.
Recycled Ann Sacks tiles line the bathroom. This is a fantastic look/idea that can make a new bath feel like it has a bit of history, texture and character.
Wine barrel side table manufactured from the leftover parts of the barrel. Even the original fastening rivets were used By Whit McLeod Furniture in the foot detail.
I think I'm ordering one of these. Not only is it gorgeous but it's another step closer to my trip to wine country.
Antique meat hook wheels, discarded siding, wood from a 100-year-old barn, and wrought iron fencing are all used to make these awesome looking porch sliding doors. This craftsperson definitely knew what they were doing. It's like functional art.
Geeking out over this!
Simple. Functional. Smart. Looks Great--Why didn't I think of this? Genius.