Springing into May: Renovating with Reclaimed Materials
Repurpose, Reuse, Remodel
Yes, it's fin-e-ly May! Which means it's the perfect time to freshen up your living space by remodeling with a few sustainable pieces from one of our Reclaimed Materials collections.
The Lancar Collection is another example of how recycled oil drums can be used to create functional streamlined pieces, such as cabinetry. These uniquely designed handcrafted dressers have minor dents and traces of color which date back to their previous industrial lives.
A fresh take on iconic designs, the Pele Collection is rejuvenated by creative reuse. Recycled oil drums become festive dining chairs and spacious lounge chairs. Bright colors and graphics are preserved to become part of the design. Selecting and combining the patterns and colors with an artful eye, they shape the panels and weld them to a steel frame. The vibrant motifs offer a reminder of their past use, even as they take on a new form.
This Mika Bookcase and Ikan Bed both take shape by using reclaimed Teak wood panels and iron detailing.
Reclaimed Teak Wood:
Often repurposed from Teak panels salvaged from old buildings, reclaimed teak wood is much older than Plantation Teak wood and often exhibits characteristics such as elegance and increased durability.
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