We love our work and helping hotels, government institutions and public bodies change the impact they have on the environment. By providing high quality renovation work on a variety of furniture items, the consumption of raw goods is reduced. We pride ourselves on the effort and dedication our team puts in, and get just as much satisfaction when we see others in the field doing work that is just as gratifying.
We were interested to read about a company called Meyer Wells in a recent article that ran in the New York Times. Founded and based in Seattle, the Northwestern company creates custom furniture from damaged or doomed trees and promotes a culture of sustainability and authenticity with the work it completes. Our customer base and methods may be different from theirs; we prevent the destruction of trees through effective renovation, but our end goal is very much the same – this dedication to the preservation of the environment resonates closely with our own motivations. We’re especially excited to read that Meyer Wells goes as far as possible with the green aspect of their business model by using water-based wood finishes.
Making the most of materials given and keeping the ‘story’ of the tree in mind is their passion. And it’s this passion that allows their customers to put trust and faith into a project that can take longer than planned and may change over the life of the work, yet still produce stunning pieces.
We’re pleased to share the same industry with people who care as deeply about the work they do as much as we do, and hope to see continued growth in this field. The best work comes from those who love what they do and it’s clear Meyer Wells does just that.