Furniture made from reclaimed wine-barrels

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11 Responses to “Furniture made from reclaimed wine-barrels”

  1. wgmleslie says:

    Beautiful stuff. I think the wife will be getting one of these.

    So Cory, where are your photos of the Giant’s Causeway?

  2. ryuthrowsstuff says:

    Irish and Scotch Whiskey are made in used barrels, usually bourbon these days but traditionally sherry or whine. As i understand it they use the barrels until they can’t hold liquid anymore. That said I dunno if the barrels from Bushmills would be stable enough for furniture making by the time they’re done with them.

  3. obdan says:

    It makes my butt hurt, to look at it.

  4. glurpo says:

    Just look at it!

  5. apoxia says:

    Gorgeous! I thought that would be a rather impractical coffee table, but then I saw it actually a seat :)

  6. IamInnocent says:

    By the headlines I was expecting some horrible new rich basement bar contraptions but it is actually brilliant design work. The prices are up there though and they should anticipate being pirated by many weekend cabinetmakers though.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Unfortunately I think they must have just sold out of this stool. One second it appeared on their site, the next, not. This is the second time in a week I’ve tried to purchase something as a gift I find mentioned on BoingBoing. Earlier it was the ‘Tell Me A Story’ Cards that I wanted to get for my daughter. By the time I could place my order, they were sold out.

    BoingBoinged is the new Slashdotted?

  8. Pipenta says:

    Lovely!

  9. JGSD says:

    Not as stylish but the Vintage Redwood Company in Visalia, CA does reclaimed redwood furniture as well…..

    We had a trestle table custom made from them and have been very happy with it. It’s quite beautiful, and durable.

    http://www.vintageredwood.com

  10. SWWinters says:

    More reclaimed wood furniture can be found over at my friend’s site at Delnero Furniture. Their reclaimed walnut wine cabinet is exquisite.

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