Boxes by 2ND SHIFT
A combination of aluminum frames and slats of reclaimed lumber. For the debut series wood comes from the defunct amusement park, Geauga Lake’s, Grizzly Run ride.
Odds & Ends | Bits & Pieces - studio Jo Meesters
TESTLAB kicked off with the collection “Odds & Ends, Bits & Pieces”, consisting out of four furniture pieces. The collection which is entirely made out of 34 discarded wooden beams and 16 leftover blankets, is based on upholstering and weaving techniques creating soft variations of everyday objects.
Desk caddy The Original rustic reclaimed wood by PegandAwl
Desk Caddy is made from antique wood joists from Philadelphia in the 1800s. It is Olde Growth Pine. The grain is super tight. 7 holes of various sizes are situated in this block for pens, pencils, paintbrushes and other small tools to help keep your work space in order.
Lancaster credenza by Iannone Design
This modern credenza features beautiful reclaimed chestnut or heart pine fronts with a bamboo cabinet. The doors have hidden breadboard ends to keep them flat. Three bamboo doors with soft closing slides.
Medusa by Les M | Design Studio
The Mudam Shop commissioned several designers to recycle various objects from their stock. “Medusa” have been made of old garment bags.
“Never Ending” Bookends is Bookend it self is a bookend which uses the weight of books to hold books
Salvadrawer by Ubico Studio
This piece offers a combination of functional and esthetic quality aiming to prick up the mundane book shelves.
The 39*42 cm mirror and the terracotta pot plant as well as the decorative back offer a different approach to books and artifact showcasing in the living space.
Materials: reclaimed oak, Douglass fir, plywood, brass.