Born from our partnership with the USDA Forest Service and the city of Baltimore, the Etting bookcase is a beautiful example of sustainability in action. We’ve reclaimed materials that would have otherwise been taken to a landfill to create truly unique pieces of sustainable furniture for your home. The Douglas fir shelves are reclaimed from the original framing of row houses in Baltimore, with some of the wood panels dating back to the 1800s. Combined with a recycled natural steel frame, Etting is the perfect blend of industrial meets modern and brings a story to your home you’d be proud to share.See the full Etting collection
The pine and Douglas fir lumber used in these pieces comes from vacant rowhomes, barns and other sites on the East Coast, which are meticulously deconstructed through a Baltimore program that hires people with barriers to employment. Much of the reclaimed wood is originally from eastern old-growth forests; it was harvested and used for building projects more than a century ago.
Details of Etting 72w 15d 66h Reclaimed Wood Bookcase
- Dimensions: 72"w 15"d 66"h
- Floor to Bottom Clearance: 10"h
- Space Between Legs: 69"w
- Leg Thickness: .5"w
- Frame Width: .5"w
- Open Space: (3) 69"w 14"d 16"h
- Shelves: four fixed wood
- Includes: anti-tip safety hardware
- Product Origin: made in Pennsylvania
- Material Origin: United States
- Item Number: 182297
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- Material: douglas fir
- Finish: lacquer
- Material Description: Our fir will range from cream to yellow and features a very defined grain pattern, bringing warmth and richness to your room. Naturally occurring marks from pitch pockets, mineral streaks and pin knots are unique details that make each piece one-of-a-kind.
- Secondary Material: natural steel
- Finish: lacquer
- Material Description: Our recycled natural steel is sustainably sourced in the U.S. from 99% recycled raw materials and hand-selected for consistent color and texture. Hand-welding can create unique markings, as well as color change, due to the heating and shaping of the steel. Subtle variations in color, along with the individuality of each craftsperson's work, ensure that no two pieces are alike.