Helpful Tips For Avoiding New Furniture “Coulda, Woulda & Shoulda’s”

It’s no fun at all, looking at your fresh remodel or custom wood furniture installment, and finding yourself hitting your own forehead with coulds, woulds, and shoulds. “I should have waited until I saw the carpet before choosing the drawers…” Ouch. “I could have asked around for a second opinion, before putting in a floor that’s

By | 2017-06-16T17:48:19+00:00 May 31st, 2017|Categories: All Things Wood, Finding Furniture, Wood Furniture|0 Comments

2017 Takes Three Unexpected Trendy Wood Turns: The Furniture Of The Future

  Supperclub Chic Returns (In Good Taste) Don’t expect to walk on walls anytime soon—altered gravity in the home doesn’t become available to the public for a few more years yet—but the floor may be taking a vertical trip soon, as we see more and more trendy magazines featuring wood paneled interior siding. A blast

Screw It… Or Don’t, The Joys Of Wood Joinery!

There’s no nail like no nails at all. In your high school woodshop class, it’s likely you constructed a bench, or coffee table, or shelf of some kind as the culmination of your semester’s experience.  If you think back, you’ll almost certainly recall using a hole saw drill bit to pull plugs out of some

The Bottom Line At Ground Level: Where To Source Your Stunning New Sustainable Wood Floor

With sustainability on everyone’s mind, the prospect of being able to afford a new home, addition, or remodel comes loaded with decisions about where materials from the ceiling to the foundation are sourced. I’m sure that leather for couches and wool or nylon for carpets can be chosen from places all over the ecological spectrum,

By | 2017-06-01T18:31:03+00:00 May 12th, 2017|Categories: All Things Wood, Sustainable Wood Practices|2 Comments

Sourcing Timber in Style: How To Tell Which Wood Is Less Or More Eco-Friendly

Along with ivory, diamonds, and other precious materials, there are some woods that have gone from prize to issue.  It’s a bit of a faux pas for instance, to have ebony hewn, cut, shipped, assembled, sanded, and finished into a piece of furniture for your home.  Wood is unique in being just about the only

By | 2017-06-01T18:31:09+00:00 May 5th, 2017|Categories: Sustainable Furniture|0 Comments