CATCH, a dazzling seafood restaurant located inside the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, showcases distressed reclaimed flooring and paneling in an upscale, eclectic restaurant space.
Check out our latest collaboration with Woodzee! Woodzee is one of the coolest companies making wood products today. They have partnered up with Anthology Woods and created a line of gorgeous high-end sunglasses using our wood waste scraps. These normally discarded end-trimming scraps are now being converted into a value-added product with a great story! Follow the link to learn more about this awesome collaboration and purchase a pair of sunglasses made from Wood With A Story.
Anthology Woods teams up with DIY'S "Bath Crashers" with beautiful results!
When the team at Bath Crashers reached out to Anthology Woods seeking "Wood with a Story" for their "Ombre Tub" episode taking aim at a modern rustic feel with a bit of "farmhouse" influence, our immediate response was "YES -- What do you have in mind?" Working together in support of their goals & needs, we quickly navigated to a product that would meet their vision for aesthetics, speedy shipment (things happen FAST in TV land!!), and budget.
Products making their television debut in this project were Anthology Woods Northwest Blend (a naturally weathered wood installed on a section of the ceiling, unfinished) and the extremely hard & durable Left Coast White Oak, a unique species growing only in a narrow strip of Oregon and bit in California & Washington (installed for the flooring, finished with Rubio Monocoat White natural oil). The homeowners were able to easily apply the finish themselves prior to installing the floor, and the zero VOC nature of the oil insured it was safe to move right in! The White tint to the oil gives a subtle white-washed look to the floors while maintaining a natural look and a supple feel underfoot. For information about finish options, please read our blog entry about Poly vs. Oil.
The couple participating in the episode loved their floor so much they decided to add more, installing it in their master bedroom, as well! The rich character of this natural Oak in a flat sawn (the old "European" way to cut Oak) wood product adds a timeless element & warmth to the feel of the space. Finishing out the details of the room, the Bath Crashers team added natural marble in the shower with tones of white & gray, and apron-front vanity sinks for extra charm. Looking closely at the grain, you'll see cathedral patterns in many boards, along with a great mix of flat grain with rift areas as well.
If you'd like to create a similar look in a project you are working on, or collaborate on a custom creation, please contact Anthology Woods for more information. We would love to partner with you!