Our designers love to work with recycled and reclaimed materials. We value the sense of grace and character they add to our work, and we appreciate the way each piece maintains a unique and one-of-a-kind appeal. In particular, recycled wood is popular among consumers due to its exquisite quality, environmentally friendly nature and historical origin.
Today, certain types of wood are scarce and can only be found as reclaimed wood. Additionally, reclaimed wood is a fantastic green building material with a high level of durability and strength.
Taking something used and transforming it into something beautiful is one of our favorite practices here at Gabby. Recently, we recovered a bundle of recycled, weathered wood and decided to do what we do best — make furniture! Below, we’ll take a closer look at some of our stunning results.
Recycled pine truly is the star of this transitional style table. The Charles Side Table was inspired by vintage wine barrels and features stamped rosettes on its hand-crafted legs. We especially like the smooth arch of the rusted grey metal legs and the simplicity of the pine tabletop.
The bold, circular Cyrano Coffee Table features offset triangular pieces of recycled elm wood. This table’s timeless shape, warm palate of wooden tones and unique grain pattern makes this coffee table a treasured best-seller.
Rustic and earthy, the Ella Coffee Table has an aged oak top and interlocking iron circles. Simple, but uplifted with a suggestion of drama, this coffee table is finished in a russet color well-suited for an eclectic space.
A striking table perfect for any bedroom, the Hayden Lamp Table is formed from both pine and elm. The tabletop is crafted from recycled pine and juxtaposes nicely with the heavy geometric ballustrade base made from recycled elm.
The Isabelle Bookcase, inspired by the scaffolding in the duomos of Italy, lends itself well to open floor plans and a plethora of space. Its airy appearance, combined with its rustic shelving, makes it versatile enough to store anything from books to decorative items. This alluring bookcase is constructed solely of recycled pine and metal.
As the companion to the Isabelle Bookcase, the recycled elm and metal Isabelle Coffee Table was inspired by weathered, industrial piping. The result is a modern coffee table completely appropriate for a transitional space.
You might expect to see this particular piece in the French countryside during the 19th century. Composed of recycled pine, the Lilly Chest also features painted burlap drawer fronts. The legs are quite refined and add a sense of poise and elegance to the chest.