Ways To Build With Reclaimed Wood
Reclaimed wood is a great alternative to buying new. Not only because it’s environmentally friendly but honestly reclaimed wood can be made into stunning pieces.
Finding reclaimed wood may seem tough, but it’s all about knowing where to look. Start by looking online on Craigslist as well as your local newspaper. Explore flea markets, garage sales, old buildings and junk yards. You’ll find there will...
How To Hand Wash Reclaimed Wood
Starting your own reclaimed wood project is a great idea that you definitely will not regret. But before embarking on the building process it is important to wash that reclaimed wood you are going to use. You can wash reclaimed a few ways, such as pressure washing or hand washing. Since not everyone owns a power washer, today we will cover the hand washing...
Top Restaurant Design Trends For 2018
The restaurant industry is as competitive as ever. From unique gourmet burgers to unique and unduplicated decor and looks, great restaurants always have qualities and aspects that keep the customers coming.
Looking for a revamp for your restaurant? Here are the top restaurant design trends for 2018.
2017 was the year for indoor vines and they aren’t going away in 2018. Indoor vines are easy...
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 can actually toss them in a compost bin instead of...
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 setting. Reclaimed wood products such as tabletops are a great...
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 on the value you put on things and your budget,...
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 sound, environmentally-friendly option. The most commonly used eco-friendly wood finishes...
How Reclaimed Wood Helps Forests
Kids are told not to waste paper because paper is made from trees. That depletes our forests. Overusing paper isn’t the only problem, but also the manufacturing of new furniture. The use of too much paper is finally decreasing thanks to awareness, but also the rising use of computers in our daily lives. With furniture that is not the case.
Although there is a rising demand...
Bars Made Out Of Reclaimed Wood
There are many awesome bars made out of reclaimed wood in both businesses and homes. Not only is the idea behind using reclaimed wood for bars great for the environment, but the finished product will always leave guests mesmerized. Here are a few ideas of how you can create bars out of reclaimed wood:
You can make a bar counter out of old reclaimed...
How To Become A Green Certified Restaurant With Reclaimed Wood
Unlike the past, today’s consumers often choose a business making sustainability efforts. Many business are flipping the switch and doing more and more things that are environmentally responsible.
Anything that a business does or sells that prevents pollution, conserves water and energy, and reuses and recycles will be considered “green.” It can also include having a green supplier for items.