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Fallen Industry Transforms Fallen Trees and Driftwood Into Beautiful New Pieces of Furniture

Posted By Jon Dioffa On December 7, 2012 @ 5:05 pm In Design,Green Furniture,Green Interiors,Innovation,Reader Submitted Content,Sustainable Materials | 2 Comments

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Fallen Industry [2]‘s beautifully crafted furniture is built from 100% reclaimed fallen trees [3] and salvaged NYC man-made industrial driftwood. The bases are forged from American-made or recycled steel parts whenever possible, then hand-brushed into a beautiful finish. The reclaimed wood gives the pieces a natural, organic feel, while the steel contrasts this with a robust modern, industrial look. This is reflected in the natural curves of the fallen trees and the urban driftwood, that still shows signs of holes and bolts from their former lives.

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