How Durable Is Reclaimed Wood?
It is okay to be skeptical about reclaimed wood. After all, you are buying a second-hand product that has been around for maybe more than 50 to 100 years. Although reclaimed wood is in essence “old,” it can actually be more durable than newer wood products. The reason for this comes down to the rise...
Should I Use Reclaimed Wood From Barns and Buildings?
Today, we all do some form of recycling, whether bottles, cans or paper. We also have found ways to not be wasteful in our daily lives. For example, going to the grocery store with our own bags to avoid using paper and plastic bags. Or, purchasing compostable sandwich bags, so we...
Tools You Need To Work With Reclaimed Wood
Reclaimed wood projects are a lot of fun and worth the work you put into them. One of the best things about reclaimed wood is that it’s very durable, so it can last you a very long time and withstand tough weather conditions. Although it’s awesome that reclaimed wood is very durable,...
How To Waterproof Reclaimed Wood Furniture
Did you build reclaimed wood furniture for your bar or restaurant and plan to use it for the outdoors? The good thing about reclaimed wood is that it is highly durable but you can still take a few steps to get the most out of its durability when weather conditions such as rain present...
Optimize Your Restaurant Decor With Reclaimed Wood
Have you ever gone into a restaurant and sat on chairs made out of tires and a table made of reclaimed wood? Believe it or not, these type of items in a restaurant are a significant reason why people will keep on visiting. Restaurant competition relies heavily on decor and a visually aesthetic...
Reclaimed Wood Furniture vs. Antique Furniture
In the market for unique furniture? A lot of modern furniture can be unauthentic and have no character. Which is the reason why people would rather spend their money on reclaimed wood furniture or antique furniture. Both are great options because they are environmentally friendly since they are not being fed to landfills.
Reclaimed Wood vs. Wood Laminate and Veneer
In the market for wood? Wood is great for home decor, flooring, furniture projects and much more. What you will find when looking for wood is that there are many options available, so it is important to know the difference among wood types such as reclaimed wood, wood laminate, and wood veneer. Depending...
Types of Wood Finishes
Wood finishes are commonly used in reclaimed wood furniture manufacturing to enhance appearance, keep the wood clean, make it look more expensive than it is, and increase resistance to moisture and other types of environments. Below are the many type of wood finishes used today.
Eco-Friendly Wood Finishes
Using eco-friendly wood finish on reclaimed wood is a very...
Three Patterns of Our Reclaimed Wood Tabletops
Our reclaimed wood tabletops come in different patterns depending on your taste and needs. Each pattern has its own history and is made differently. Today, these patterns are used in things we see everyday.
Learn more about our reclaimed wood tabletop patterns below.
The patchwork pattern goes back to five millenniums ago. It is...
How To Make Reclaimed Wood Bar Stools
In search of unique bar stools that will stand out? There are plenty of bar stools to choose from, but some of the best looking and most durable bar stools are those made out of reclaimed wood. Making your own reclaimed wood bar stools is both cost efficient and you are helping the...