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Everybody say hi to Anzfer Farms out of San Francisco. We love their line of butch-craft-style reclaimed wood furnishings, both for their rustic, masculine lines and the eco-friendly principles behind them. You could win the gorgeous Spalted Fragment Light and Vase, made by owners/artisans Jonathan Anzalone and Joseph Ferriso.

The bases of both lamp and vase are made from fragments gathered on the Northern California shoreline. To win the set, just answer this week’s question before 12/11c, Monday, Oct. 4. Be sure to include a valid email address so we can contact you.

This week’s question: What kind of treasures have you created from another person’s trash?

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109 Responses

  1. bekah says:

    this week i made funky sconces out of old blue shutters!

  2. Deena Puckett says:

    we made a headboard off a couple of doors a neighbor was going to throw out.

  3. Susan Oliver says:

    We made a comfy big chair out of a wooden pallet we found on the street and two big floor pillows — one for the seat and one for the back when propped against a wall. Great chair, and when we moved on, great dog bed.

  4. Becki says:

    I made a bunch of picture frames out of a neighbors old wooden fence.

  5. @aidensdame says:

    I scour estate sales and auctions for vintage dresses to renovate and rework into new party frocks.

  6. Angie Garcia says:

    I drove by a trash pile and saw some old wood fence scraps. I got them and made fancy-:)- flower plant potters!

  7. Lakwanza Williams says:

    I used and old flour pot stand and went to a thrift shop to find and circle glass and made a glass table for my magazine and floor.

  8. Emily says:

    OMG! This list could be endless! I am not so good at the repurposing but my whole house is practically all bought from garage sales, Freecycle and Craigslist!

  9. Janet says:

    I made a bathroom vanity out of an old chest

  10. Valerie says:

    I'm like Emily – not too good as repurposing but it seems like everybody's else trash always ends up being my treasure!

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