Reclaimed Wood and Process.
What is reclaimed solid wood?
Reclaimed pine wood is wood that has been salvaged from old buildings, factories, barns, old houses or other structures that are no longer in use. Reclaimed pine wood is particularly desirable because it has already been weathered and aged over time, giving it a unique character and charm that cannot be replicated with new wood.
We give a new life to all this wood that otherwise will be wasted.
A new batch of wood we received -real photo of our workshop
Reclaimed Wood is Expensive!
Reclaimed wood is typically more expensive than newly harvested wood due to the additional effort required to source and prepare it for use. Unlike newly harvested wood, reclaimed wood must first be salvaged, sorted, and stripped of any nails or other metal components. This process is time-consuming and labor-intensive, which can drive up the cost of the material. Additionally, reclaimed wood is often more scarce than newly harvested wood, which can further contribute to its higher price.
We make boxes from wide wood boards to avoid gluing up wood strips. These boards are more expensive and difficult to find, but we use them for aesthetic reasons. Our boxes have continuous grain on all the box faces; this creates a better visual effect and a durable product.