Innovative Iceland launches reused pallet wood floors –

[photo Arctic Plank

Highlands, UK – Care of Jetson Green, a sustainable homes and green technology company comes news of this beautiful and simple recycled wood flooring product made from pallets and shipping crates. Much of the attraction and appeal of this flooring comes from the character and variety of the woods used and what would otherwise be considered unusable for flooring because of the short lengths the pallet wood material has been turned into stylish herringbone and parquet designs and patterns.

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  1. March 5, 2012 @ 12:46 pm Reused Wood Floors: Design or Necessity? – Know Your Floor Blog | Know Your Floor

    [...] This link out of Iceland peaked my interest in Europe’s trend in ‘reused’ flooring. The idea is to take old, broken-down wood with a bit of character and crafting it into planks to be used as flooring. Almost always, they have to pattern the floor like in the picture below, because all of the plank lengths are short. TheReclamationAdministration [...]

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