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Angled Reclaimed Wood Knife Holder with Bamboo Sticks

Angled Reclaimed Wood Knife Holder with Bamboo Sticks

Your dedication to Green Living can be a guiding factor as you choose among a wide variety of kitchen utensils, decor, and storage items. And, you do not have to sacrifice utility or style in making your selections. This has never more true than in your selection of a safe and attractive product to store your kitchen knives. The Angled Reclaimed Wood Knife Holder with Bamboo Sticks is just the perfect choice.

The sustainable style and understated elegance and utility of the Angled Reclaimed Wood Knife Holder with Bamboo Sticks is more than evident – it’s produced from reclaimed wood and features bamboo sticks to keep your knives in order and convenient, just as you like them. And the knife holder, created as it is, is unique from all others, as each Angled Reclaimed Wood Knife Holder is individually handcrafted and no two are alike. 11” H x 8” D x 5” at its base.

Buy Now Angled Reclaimed Wood Knife Holder with Bamboo Sticks from Bambeco

$58.00



Reclaimed Wood and its Unlimited Uses

In the age of titanium, plastics, and glass-based fiber-optics, the beauty and versatility of real wood retains its ongoing position at the top of the list of preferred materials for a wide variety of consumer products. Changing attitudes, the expansion of green living, and the widespread realization of the need to promote sustainability in modern society has however brought about the ever-growing use of old wood for the production of new products. Old buildings are now dismantled by hand, preserving wood planks, instead of having wrecking balls turn old walls into rubble, leaky old wine casks are turned into furniture (like the wine barrel side table shown here) and serving pieces, and when stretches of railroad track are removed or replaced, old ties now become outdoor benches and landscape elements.Wine Barrell Side Table

Products created from reclaimed wood are all inherently one-of-a-kind pieces, separating them from the mundane, mass-produced sameness of 99% of products coming off assembly lines by the hundreds or by the thousands, or by the hundreds of thousands. Forests are preserved, ecological systems are undamaged, and carbon emissions are minimally if at all increased, when old wood is used anew. Continue reading