What should you know about reclaimed wood as a material for contract furniture? After all is reclaimed wood really the sustainable eco-friendly product, we all think it is?
For each type of eco-friendly material there are pros and cons when it comes to sustainability. Using contract furniture made from reclaimed wood is better for the environment than using products made from new timber.
Below are 2 reasons why choosing reclaimed wood as a material for contract furniture is good for the environment:
These two reasons alone are two great eco-friendly reasons why you should consider reclaimed wood for table tops in hospitality venues. It is also worth mentioning that because reclaimed wood is aged and weathered, it gains a very desirable unique look that is difficult to find in new materials.
We have worked with a variety of projects who have used reclaimed wood in their designs, one of which is Nutbutter in Dublin. As you can see the finished look has a lot of character and is a stunning product for any hospitality venue. Reclaimed wood table tops can sit well in a number of different interior design aesthetics and colour schemes.
However, if you are interested in using reclaimed wood table tops, over other materials, you might want to consider the potential downside to this type of material for contract furniture.
As you can see from the below images, we always ensure that our reclaimed wood table tops are the genuine article and made by people who genuinely care about their trade and producing quality products.
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