Getting a piece of custom wood furniture designed for your home is very exciting, but it can be challenging too. There are many things to consider when communicating with your designer. With that in mind, here are some tips that will ensure you find the perfect piece of custom wood furniture.
If you are committed to saving the environment, adding reclaimed wood furnishings to your home décor is a great way to start. Reclaimed wood decreases the demand for newly harvested wood, it is kind to the earth and let’s not forget about how great it looks in your home.
But you can completely reverse all the good you are doing with reclaimed wood by using the wrong type of wood finish. In this article we will explore different options for finding eco-friendly finishes for your reclaimed wood.
As the world becomes more eco-friendly, many businesses are looking to recycle materials rather than waste them. As a result, the reclaimed wood trend is one that is gaining in popularity
Reclaimed wood is often used to create furniture items, but with a bit of ingenuity, it can be used to make just about anything. In fact, Caleb Campbell and his dad Scott Campbell use Oregon white oak they find on forest floors to make bike frames. Find out more about these creations and what this father/son duo are doing to save the environment.
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The world is becoming more environmentally friendly and hotels are getting on board. They are aiming to conserve water and energy, they are using more eco-friendly products, they are recycling, cutting down on waste and even offering more organic choices on their room service menus.
But there is one hotel opening in 2022 that will be taking it to the next level…and that’s the 1 Hotel London Mayfair.
The holidays are a great time to think about those in need. We might think about giving a blanket to the homeless woman on the corner, inviting someone who is lonely to a holiday dinner or making a sizeable donation to our favorite charity.
We are proud to announce the Urban Wood Goods Holiday Giveaway!
It's always exciting to see our reclaimed wood furniture in its new home. It's especially cool when you really love your client's design choices, space and approach to business. Last Tuesday afternoon we had the opportunity to not only tour a client's space, Exchange 312, but also work at a reclaimed wood conference table we built for them. Exchange 312 was built for the community to " Create, Collaborate, & Celebrate."
Each year, Houzz publishes its annual home design trends online. We scanned the 32 popular trends to find all those pertaining to our favorite material...You guessed it....Wood!!
Our favorites and most relevant to what Urban Wood Goods does were #3 Wood on wood (on wood), #15 Natural wood vanities, and #24 custom wood wall treatments.
Houzz highlights that many of the most popular kitchens in 2018 featured a whole lot of wood. Wood is being used though not only for the cabinets but for floating shelves, island tops, and countertops, cladding on walls and ceilings,and in furniture such as custom wood dining tables like Urban Wood Goods creates.
Read about Urban Wood Goods early beginnings 8 years ago. Urban Wood Goods' founder Erin True is featured alongside two other creative entrepreneurs about their experience building a small business by starting on the ETSY marketplace.
Use code "GIVETHANKS" at checkout for a surprise discount through Nov 26, 2018 at midnight cst.
No such thing as a self-driving woodshop; built to order, handmade, custom work is what drives Urban Wood Goods.
We source 90 percent of our wood materials from deconstruction and demolition projects. Reclaimed old growth douglas fir floor joists make beautiful tables. We have a market for this material and it in turn encourages more deconstruction. Urban Wood Goods is proud to be a part of the solution.