Furnish your Place with Salvaged Manhattan Timber, Made of New York

At launch party for New York from the Air besides amazing views of New York at night, I was introduced to Made of New York, a small outlet that turns reclaimed Manhattan timber from construction sites into singular furniture.

Audubon fans and bird lovers will want the Catch All Organizer below.


Wood gets a second life for Green Day #195

Previously: Beyond Pretty Faces and Kabuki Brushes, EcoTools Blog Advises Using Bamboo in the Kitchen


(* Photo from Made of New York site, copyright Ekeblad)

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