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Xylobook Blank Books

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Made from recycled archival paper and salvaged hardwood scraps. $45.00

Handmade in Portland, Xylobooks are a collaboration between arts press Container Corps and Jonathan Nussbaum, a local furniture maker who crafts the book covers using hardwood scraps salvaged from furniture production. High-quality, recycled archival paper, cotton twill tape, and tiny iron nails create a simple, sturdy object. Available in Bigleaf Maple, Western Walnut, or Cherry....read more

Alma Allen Coffee Table

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Stunning, one-of-a-kind coffee table made from salvaged walnut wood. $3,200.00

Working out of Joshua Tree, California, self-taught sculptor and furniture designer Alma Allen crafts objects of stunning beauty from found and salvaged materials. If you've ever been to the Ace Hotel in Palm Springs, you've seen his work in the lobby and rooms. One of Allen's preferred materials is claro walnut, a dark brown wood native to northern California. This one-of-a-kind,......read more

Footed Platte by Gray Works

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Rustic cutting board/serving tray made from salvaged cherry wood $85.00

From their workshop in Woodstock, N.Y., Gray Works crafts handsome homewares from sustainable and salvaged woods, each lovingly hand rubbed in organic olive oil. Their rose-red cherry wood Footed Platte makes the easy transition from kitchen to table, operating doubly as a rustic serving platter and an excellent cutting board. Personalize it with a wood engraving to make a unique gift for that......read more

Hug Machine Chair

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Playful scrap wood seating from designer Casey Dzierlenga $950.00

LA Box Collective is a group of SoCal-based furniture designers who are squarely focused on sustainable modes of production. From collective member Casey Dzierlenga comes the Hug Machine Chair, a playful interpretation of the classic Windsor chair made from scrap wood collected from the LA Box studio. The mix of woods includes salvaged pieces of walnut, mahogany, douglas fir, maple, ash, and......read more

Pallet Chair

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Rustic seating cobbled together from salvaged shipping pallets $99.00

Wooden pallets have emerged as a favorite source material for crafty repurposers. And why not? There are an estimated two billion of them floating around the world. Atlanta's Clarke Titus, whose roughsouthhome Etsy shop is chalk full of great repurposed homewares, makes expert use of salvaged pallet wood for these Pallet Chairs. Custom-made for your individual purposes, the......read more

Remington Coffee Table

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Handsome, hand-distressed living room piece made from salvaged timber $399.00

With five locations in the Los Angeles area, Urban Home offers basic, affordable furniture pieces to homes around SoCal. Luckily for the folks who don't live nearby, the company also takes orders over the phone. The store's abundant array of distressed pieces made from salvaged wood are tops in our books. Like this rustic Remington Coffee Table, a great looking piece for the living room.......read more

Yorkwood Bench

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Salvaged shipping pallets shaped into handsome seating $500.00

If your home decor aesthetic fall somewhere between rustic warmth and industrial cool, then we've found the right furniture designers for you. From their Brooklyn workshop, Yorkwood Furniture Co. crafts stools, benches, and tables from shipping pallet wood collected around New York City. The Yorkwood Large Bench stands out as one of our favorites from the company's line. Crafted from wooden......read more

Viesso Koper

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Rustic end table crafted in Los Angeles from reclaimed Douglas Fir $585.00

The Los Angeles-based furniture mavens at Viesso are squarely on team green. The company's commitment to local and recycled materials is on full display in this playful end table, called Koper (spotted on Inhabitat). The piece is made from reclaimed Douglas Fir beams collected from buildings in Los Angeles that were set to be torn down. The salvaged beams have been cut and neatly stacked to......read more

Driftwood iPhone Charging Dock

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One-of-a-kind iPhone station juxtaposes timeless nature with modern tech $72.00

For Maine maker Lee Goodwin and the rest of his team, sourcing materials means hittiing the beach, mere minutes from the 18th century barn where they work. That's where they collect the pieces of driftwood they use to craft these one-of-a-kind iPhone charging docks, each of which carries its own special narrative, "from seed to tree to sandy shore." The finished product is a interesting......read more

Balancing Blocks by Fort Standard

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Colorful simple gift for the little ones $48.00

Even if balancing rocks isn't your thing (hey, it's not ours either), we've all been mesermized by the sight of a precariously balanced tower of stones. Inspired by the ancient art of balancing rocks, Brooklyn designers Fort Standard add some color (and an eco angle) to the concept in the form of these balancing blocks, handcrafted from chunks of scrap wood. The blocks come in a set of ten......read more

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