Tafline Laylin

Reclaimed Cleveland's Salvaged Furniture Shines at the ICFF

by , 05/22/12



Reclaimed Cleveland, ICFF, International Contemporary Furniture Fair, New York Design Week, green furniture, green design, eco-design, sustainable design, recycled materials, reclaimed materials, old growth lumber, re-purposed design

Reclaimed Cleveland’s team attends the demolition of historic buildings throughout the city in order to create a special record of their unique sourcing process. They then salvage the materials such as old doors and floor joists and manipulate them into all kinds of modern chairs, tables and even accessories such as bottle openers and chopping blocks.

Each piece would look just at home in a contemporary New York City loft as they would in a remote country farmhouse, and it’s virtually impossible to find furniture made with such durable materials anymore since all of the world’s old growth timber has long since been removed. Stamped with the firm’s signature brand – an outline of historic Cleveland’s skyline – Reclaimed Cleveland pieces are transformed into heirloom products that are bound to be passed down the generations.

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