reclaimed wood

NEW PRODUCT: DEEP SUMI OAK

NEW PRODUCT: DEEP SUMI OAK

Anthology Woods is excited to announce a new product to our collection of interior wall cladding and ThinClad paneling! DEEP SUMI Oak gives the effect of the traditional Japanese Shou Sugi Ban charred wood, which is a technique employed to better preserve wood and use in exterior applications.

Earth Day 2019: Up-Cycling Materials is Just One Way to Get Involved

Earth Day 2019: Up-Cycling Materials is Just One Way to Get Involved

Earth Day is April 22nd this year, with a theme of Endangered Species. If that’s not enough, Arbor Day is Friday, April 26th of the same week. That’s a full week of green celebrations!

The FSC® Difference: Supporting Sustainable Forestry for the Future

The FSC® Difference: Supporting Sustainable Forestry for the Future

Deforestation is a major environmental issue in our modern world, as over harvesting and forest degradation not only significantly adds to carbon emissions (upwards of 20% of total global carbon emissions!), but also reduces the ability of forests to absorb existing carbon as well. Forests are vital ecosystems that support 80% of the world’s land animals and plants, including rare and endangered species, like the Sumatran tiger and Bornean orangutan.

The Ambience of Character: Restaurant spaces use reclaimed wood to create warm & inviting environments

Restaurant projects have always been near to our hearts at Anthology Woods.  We recognize the important role coming together over food & drinks plays in building relationships and creating community, and we love our connection to that process in sourcing & preparing old wood for a new life in restaurants. 

White Wood Flooring: How to make it work for your project

Clean, bright white spaces lend an uplifting feeling of contemporary simplicity, and this palette of white sometimes extends to the floor in the form of white-washed, bleached, lyme (limed) or lye treated, soaped, cerused or even painted wood plank flooring.  If you are thinking about using a white wood floor in your project, there are a few things to consider to help you assess how good of a fit it will be long-term.