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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