Salvaging ideas! Upcycle raw wood materials for designs with a modern twist!
These salvaging ideas and techniques for upcycling raw wood materials for designs with a modern twist offer a sustainable and Earth-friendly way to get gorgeous rustic log furniture pieces without having to harm a single living tree! In this article, you can learn how business and the environment don't necessarily have to conflict and how some companies are reusing and recycling old. Dead wood that is often 50 or more years old is used to create modern rustic furniture that saves countless trees from being cut down to make the same product. At the same time, the wood that is reused has so much character and detail in it that the log furniture pieces actually turn out better and more interesting than a regular freshly cut wood slab ever could. The pieces are made without the guilt of cutting down living trees. The message of the article is that you don't have to exploit or destroy the environment to have a good business. You can make profits by saving the Earth rather than destroying it, which is very true though few people seem to understand that idea these days.
I have always loved log furniture and log cabins. I enjoy the feel of being in Nature that they give you and the rustic feel of log furniture in particular. I never knew until I read this article how you can be sustainable with your log furniture by selecting pieces that are upcycled to create gorgeous pieces that look superior to brand new log furniture by far. I will no longer worry about trees being cut down to supply my future log furniture by selecting pieces that are recycled and reused to help save the environment in my own little way.
Now it is time for you to read this groundbreaking article for yourself and be able to view a variety of rustic upcycled log furniture as well. Head over to 'Little Branch Farm' by following the link in the description below for more!
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