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Wood Wall Art – Wood Sound Diffusor – Reclaimed Wood Art
Made out of 50+ year old reclaimed wood, this is surely going to be a story to tell in your studio. Beautifully aged, albeit rustic looking, these racks perfectly fit that modern/electronic feel of your studio. Wood’s warm nature and unique features are sure to inspire your creative spirit.
Source: Studio racks reclaimed wood.
Style meets function in this one of a kind piece. Upcycled wood scraps were cut into random depths and widths then painted in rustic red, burnt orange, muted turquoise, white, gray and dark walnut stain. Five metal hooks were attached to wood, and the piece is surrounded by a handmade frame. Perfect for holding your jacket, umbrella, dog’s leash, etc. This would also be fantastic in a bathroom holding hand towels. Approximately 18×30 plus handmade frame.
This MULTIPURPOSE wood art can function as a serving tray and/or wall art and/or art display and/or table runner.
An unusual way to keep the salt handy, as well as minimalist decor for the table.
Drool Box’s mission is rooted in practicing the art of plastic detoxification: functionality and purpose wrapped in reclaimed wood and up-cycled materials. Drool Box is the starting point for ideas and art with a focus on renewable, lasting, and beautiful products that meet the needs of everyday life.
Source: Wood Wallets by DroolBox on Etsy
This unique rustic heart is designed and made by hand in our shop using reclaimed wood. The boards are chosen individually, then each carefully hand painted and sanded to create a the visual appeal of vintage texture and color.
Wall-mount votive candle holder with a unique industrial look made from reclaimed steel
We make our trays with flexible side arms to all for contouring to the curves or sides of your chair easier. The knotted rope also keeps your tray unique from the others and really highlights that these are each handcrafted and completely unique.
Elegant and graceful, this spiraling piece invites the eye to play. Made of reclaimed buckthorn (an invasive species in our area) with ash accents, this mosaic-like piece measures 14 1/2 inches tall by a whopping 40 1/4 inches long in its frame. This piece is wired to hang vertically or horizontally, and cannot wait to grace your space. Both the buckthorn and the ash are sourced from in and around Chicagoland.
Wood Wall Art, Modern wall sculpture, 3D triangles, hand painted, woodburned, cut, dyed and sanded. Each piece is painted in unique acrylic or wood dye colours mixed by me, and not available in any shop, making the sculpture unique and one of a kind. Each wood piece is cut into triangles, woodburned and hand sanded, dyed or painted to receive this modern abstract look piece. Wood pieces are painted in a special way that after assembling I create unique shape and the light is giving different shine by creating shade on each of mine pieces differently.
This acoustic speaker/amplifier is handmade entirely from my used and reclaimed skateboard decks. To use, simply play music through your smartphone, set the phone into the top of the speaker and your music is amplified to fill the entire room with sound.
No wires or batteries needed, so it is completely portable. Great for inside your house, an outdoor barbecue, or to take along on your next camping trip.
Reclaimed wood coffee table with a fun triangle pattern. I actually stole this triangle design from a cool pair of socks that I came across recently. There are three colors of wood in this piece, the lighter color was taken from the Interior of the board, the darker triangles directly in the center were taken from the exterior of the board, & the gray triangles were taken from gray weathered pine.
Style meets function in this one of a kind functional shelf set. Upcycled wood scraps were cut into random depths and widths then stained in various shades or left completely naked for an organic feel.
We have claimed these shelves for our own paint studio, and love the style and functionality they provide. These shelves make an entire wall and are versatile with how they can be arranged and coordinated with other decorative elements.
She (Boeckmann) joined the Wangaratta Woodworkers studio. Working three times a week she quickly perfected her jewelry fabrication techniques and soon found a market for her wares. Boeckmann now has her own studio and sells her pieces online under the brand “BoldB” on Etsy.
This industrial style pour over stand is a beautiful addition to any coffee lovers brewing ritual. The two cup design allows you to brew more at one time but is balanced allowing for single use as well without fear of tipping. It fits a variety of brewing methods, including the Kalita Wave, V60, Bonmac, and Clever.
The sturdy construction uses iron pipping and sealed reclaimed pine wood allowing for easy cleaning with a warm rag. This design height fits most mugs.
This handmade cutting board is made from Reclaimed Longleaf Pine, also sometimes known as Antique Pine.
That’s right, we found an old crate which used to cart produce and placed a repurposed sack of grain on top (with some light cushioning underneath, in case your feet need that extra comfort) to create a fun and slightly eccentric ottoman.
OctoPi Pi Math Geek painting reclaimed wood sign
Sanoesa Macbook Briefcase edition.
Made out of reclaimed wood, carefully made to fit your beloved macbook, or even ipad with a ecofashion statement.
I started making metal spheres from copper rings and then keys. Friends liked what I made, both the look and feel of the smooth spheres and suggested I start a shop so here it is.
Shelf and towel rail, made from reclaimed timber, copper and brass, is sure to be a celebrated conversation piece in your home.
Marta Hansen’s journey from being a public school music educator to innovative small business owner is quite the story. She received her degree from UW Madison in music education and taught elementary and middle school students outside of Dallas, Texas for many years. Upon returning to her native Wisconsin Marta began teaching herself the disappearing craft of tuning pianos. She perfected her trade by shadowing retiring tuners, self-study, and endless practice. The Piano Gal began receiving old unsalvageable pianos and parts from various clients. Not knowing what to do with her accumulated pieces, suddenly it all became clear with a Pinterest post of a piano-turned-desk. This crafty lady got straight to work, turning her garage into a thriving workshop and thus began the journey of saving pianos from landfills, one at a time.
Her new shop nestled on the cozy Main Street in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin opened in November and boasts pitch-perfect pianos, sheet music and a beautiful array of repurposed pieces. In The Piano Gal Shop, keys splay out as vast clocks, teardrop hammers dangle from necklaces, and a hollowed harpsichord hangs on the wall as a stunning bookcase. Her self-driven nature manifested into high quality craftsmanship as seen in the many items in her shop. Sitting at a gorgeous harpsichord coffee table she passionately tells me her favorite pieces to create are the vanities, bookshelves, and other larger furniture because she gets to break out the power tools and innovate. She adds that clocks seem to be her current obsession and I know I would love to have her latest work with gold hands pointing to circling hammers. While touring her workshop in the back of her store she explained that the treble strings, wooden action parts, and pedals seem to be the hardest parts to use, but that does not seem to slow her down. I was also introduced to Betty her 1931 McPhail baby grand piano that she is in the process of restoring to bring it back to its original glory. Surrounding Betty were keys, hammers, and piano skeletons that even had me itching to create.
Marta’s main goal is to harvest the piano, as her husband puts it. Her plethora of pieces show she is not having trouble coming up with something for every part. When she hits a snag she calls on local artist and good friend, Carrie Castree, to come up with something new like her sheet music roses made with stems from those tricky action parts. Through a mix of donated and thrifted sheet music, vintage A-tude magazines, all those piano parts and plenty of ingenuity, these artists are creating some remarkable pieces.
Marta’s first goal is to save any piano for its original form to be enjoyed in the living room for decades to come. However, if you come see her face light up as she talks about the store’s items it is apparent that she gets great satisfaction seeing each piece become something new and circumventing the trash pile. Craftsladies like these are a great asset to any neighborhood and we are happy to have her in town. If you cannot visit her brick and mortar shop check out her Etsy and help her save the pianos!
Contact info: Marta Hansen
395 E. Main Street Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Hand crafted headboard made of reclaimed wood. A little bit rustic, a little bit contemporary with an industrial twist! Can be custom ordered for full/queen/king size beds! Item shown fits a queen size bed and has a height of 62.5″ and is finished with three different stains and polyurethane. Custom orders can be finished with any combination of danish oils or chalk paints.
The Design Pallet builds sustainable custom furniture and home decor items using locally salvaged and reclaimed lumber. Simple, modern tables, benches, nightstands, desks, candle holders, test tube spice racks, book ends, salt boxes, desk organizers, test tube flower vase, key valets, and jewelry holders. Custom orders and wholesale welcome.
Eco Hardwoods bringing beautiful reclaimed wood cutting boards on Etsy.
This cutting board was hand crafted by David Wolfgram using only recycled hardwoods and local discarded trees. By utilizing these materials we reduce our impact on our Earth.
Given the current state of Snowpocalyps in Portland today, here are some warm reuse thoughts from Peg and Awl on Etsy.
Constructed out of a reclaimed oak primarily from barns in PA built in the 1800s. It has two 2 in holes drilled in the corners to fit a tea light or votive candle. Finished with two coats of 100 percent pure tung oil, it is water resistant. The simple design allows for easy cleaning. We recommend that you wipe the caddy down after every use.
Constructed from discarded pallets, this 6 bottle wine rack is rustic and rugged. Designed for homes with less available wall space. Wine glass rack placed underneath to hold most models of wine glasses, shelf on top for overflow. Each piece is unique. Dimensions are approximately 24.5 inches wide, 22.5 inches tall and 5 inches deep. Stained dark walnut. Wine bottles and glasses not included.
This completely versatile piece of furniture is made from reclaimed barnwood, with lots of love!
Each base measures approximately 3″x3″, and is made with reclaimed lumber, this ensures that no two bases are the same. Hang them in a group, hang them by themselves, or break them up for three separate gifts.
The clay tempered blade was hand forged from a very old reclaimed rasp marked Nicholson, Made in USA, and shows some of the makers mark as well as the distinctive rasp tooth triangles along one side. Blade construction is muku and the cross section is a double bevel so it can be sharpened and used like a chef’s knife. It has a greyed working polish with hammer and fire texture remaining. The balance is weight forward when held in normal grip and slightly forward when held in close grip.
The Rosewood handle began its life several decades ago as a solid crafted chair in a dining room set brought back by a family who was living abroad in Asia. After many years of service and some moving across the country, one of the legs snapped and its owners contacted me to put it to good use rather than see it discarded.
This isn’t a boring old desk for some boring old office space– bring some style into your business or home office with this gorgeous steel and solid reclaimed oak desk. This will be custom made for you, so we can make it whatever you need it to be to make your daily grind a little easier on the eyes:)
Welcome to Born Again Wood Works!
We take what was “dead” for one person, recreate it into a new showpiece for someone else, and give it a new purpose in life. Our products include reclaimed, up cycled, re-purposed wood, rustic hardware, and custom lighting.
Modern reclaimed wood high top bar table comes in tall bar height , regular table height or counter height for the price listed here. Dining room, kitchen or it doubles as a work desk. Made of American salvaged lumber from old buildings and barns in the midwest. 2.5″ thick top. Sustainable, unique,made to order and has a prior history in the early US since the wood we use came from places of falling down abandonment , typically pre 1920’s era, that have been deconstructed in the Chicago, Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana. Metal pipe legs add a modern element mixed with beautiful rustic top. Looking for a price break? Standard 1.65″ top in this table is less. Inquire for pricing.
This comfortable chair is creative balance of rustic charm and modern style. It is made from the century-old 100% reclaimed wood. Leather is classic glazed cow hide.
I’ve begun to become quite the collector of salvaged wood. While at work or play I always keep my eye out for anything that I think could be re-purposed. I also collect wood to help reduce this type of materials out of the waste stream.
Reclaimed bowling lane wood
Curved seat tops rests inside durable base
Clean & modern design
To ensure proper stability all slats of the bowling alley were seperated to remove any remaining metal nails or fasteners. Slats were then reassembled and glued.
Color variation requests are welcomed.
**MADE IN STATEN ISLAND NEW YORK CITY**
A fish from salvaged lumber and found objects. Painted with acrylics. Steel fins. Googly eye!
It’s a keeper…9″ x 14″
Made entirely from scrap hardwood timber salvaged from old Queenslander houses, this beautiful handmade bedside table is designed and made right here in Sunny Queensland where the Queenslander House is a beloved state icon. An elegant bedside box featuring refined angled legs, tapered to a minimalistic style. You won’t find this anywhere else but here at GHIFY
Clean Contemporary Lines with warm wood tones. This unique desk will be the centerpiece of any offfice.
Made of 1×2” Douglas Fir remnants that are saved from the landfill and repurposed into another table, The wood’s distinctive color differs from table to table, with natural nicks, knots and minor imperfections adding to the character of each piece. The wood is finished in a durable low gloss finish. Top is supported by contemporary brushed steel legs. Non-Scratch Felt Pads attached to feet.
Turning waste into art, these pieces are built from left over cutoffs from production and repurposed into a rich table that will stand the test of time and trend.
Industrial Sofa Table from rough sawn old growth Douglas Fir with hairpin legs.
This wood has been salvaged and reclaimed, every piece has been used, now it can be used again!
This piece is made with black angle iron, steel hairpin legs, and brown roughsawn salvaged barnwood.
Table has been sealed with Shellac (shellac is a resin secreted by the female lac bug, on trees in the forests of India and Thailand. It is processed and sold as dry flakes, which are dissolved in ethyl alcohol to make liquid shellac, which is used as a brush-on colorant, food glaze and wood finish. Shellac functions as a tough natural primer sanding sealant, tannin-blocker, odour-blocker, stain, and varnish).
The particular table that you receive may have slightly different characteristics than the one in the picture. Most antique barn wood was logged from old growth trees 50-150 years ago.
Tropical hardwoods salvaged from shipping containers at the Port of Portland have been transformed into these modern floating shelves. We carefully mill each board to preserve and incorporate the rustic character into our minimal design. We then sand the shelves super smooth and hand finish with several layers of our natural oil stain. Past and present collide for a beautiful future in these one of kind shelves.
This table is made of reclaimed and old growth wood sourced from deconstructed buildings in Chicago. Much of the wood used to create the table comes from buildings more than a century old at the time of their demolition.
Urban Wood Goods “old growth” reclaimed wood top and steel base stool is a modeled after an industrial shop stool. Made in Chicago. Dimensions: 13″ Width x 11.5″ Deep x counter height or bar height. this listing is for bar height stool. theese are sealed with a low voc water based sealant. we make all orders as customers order so you will not get these exact stools but very similar looking ones that are one of a kind! these are smooth and easy for cleaning. convo on etsy or call us at 312-489-8509 with questions of if you would like us to design a piece for your home or business.
We create colorful furniture from reclaimed wood, finished with all-natural linseed oil/beeswax and milk paint.
Most everything I make starts as a crayon drawing. I want my furniture to look as though it had been hand-drawn; with a curious, storybook feel.
Welcome to Dead Apple Farm Furniture!
Jim Power, aka the “Mosaic Man”, has been creating his Mosaic Trail in New York City’s East Village for over 25 years as a way to document the neighborhood’s history. Now world famous, the Mosaic Trail consists of 80 lampposts covered in his mosaics, each one representing important people and happenings in the Village. Etsy recently featured Jim on their blog and made a short, fascinating documentary about his work and life titled Jim Power and the Mosaic Trail. Jim makes beautiful mosaic belt buckles which are available to purchase at his Etsy shop, MosaicManNYC. Donations can be made to help support Jim’s work on the Mosaic Trail through City Lore, a nonprofit organization.
In the ’90s, the Giuliani administration tore down fifty of the lamp posts. Ever since, Jim has been on a mission to rebuild the trail. It hasn’t been easy. Jim has been homeless for over twenty five years, but the neighborhood has come together to support him. A local landlord donated a studio space, friends help with the mosaic works, and he now has a website and an Etsy shop.
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I made this mosaic frame with little pieces of reclaimed wood. Most of the wood was white when I got it, so I sanded down to something more interesting. This is my sun design. Reminds me of the beach.