Eco-friendly, rustic bunk bed made from fast growing, invasive trees. Finished with non toxic water based finishes. Incredible quality, incredible beauty, hand crafted in the USA!
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Another Earth Day is upon us. It is a reminder to celebrate the natural beauty of the Earth, as well as a time to reflect on how we as humans affect the fragile eco systems around us. Is nature just something for us to own and use or should we, with all of our intellect and wisdom, feel responsibility to take care of this gift we have been given? It is tough to resist the sales pitches and to step back and ask if we really need a bigger house, a larger car, and all of the things that are pushed on us. Do we need to be running here and there and driving countless hours? It's all about balance I guess. If we all had a caring and a balance and put thought into conservation then I think we really could make a big difference. In the end it is about us as individuals and the choices we make. Little changes do help. You don't necessarily have to be out protesting a mine or giving speeches at gatherings, you just need to care, and make the little efforts that you feel will help. Voting matters, volunteering matters, giving financially matters, writing to government officials matters, and your daily habits matter. It's easy to get angry and frustrated with the lack of leadership and the corporate mentality, but if we can all find a little more balance and put in a little more effort then we can make a difference. You don't need wealth to recycle or turn off some lights, you just need to care. It's the right thing to do, not just for the Earth but for ourselves as well. Our health depends on clean air and water and less chemicals. Sure, maybe we are so smart that we will come up with ways to turn the global warming problem around, but is that really intelligence to just sit back and hope for innovation? Why not use our common sense and avoid the problems in the first place? Many people make New Year's resolutions, changes in behavior to try and better themselves. Perhaps we should all make Earth Day resolutions to try and take better care of our surroundings. We can't just float along and keep up our old ways, the climate, the storms, the illnesses are all telling us to wise up. So, head to one of your favorite outdoor spots today (and as often as possible) and celebrate, but also acknowledge the fragility of that space, and what it may need to remain natural and beautiful.
I just finished up a custom order for 3 signs for a client in New York. The project took place over the course of two months, and I am very pleased with how they all came out. There were two of these "No Trespassing" signs that are 32"h by 26"w, overall. The base is made from 1" shiplap Pine that is finished with a brown exterior stain. Birch sticks and twigs are used for the border and letters, laid over White Birch bark. The border sticks are predrilled and screwed on with exterior screws and the letters are attached with brad nails. Leaving some overhang on the top and bottom borders and leaving some of the branches intact adds further character. I added some small twig accents on the corners as well. The signs are finished with exterior PolyWhey to give them added protection in their outdoor location.
For more information on Adirondack signs for interior or exterior use, please email Mark@RusticFurnitureGallery.com
This gorgeous hutch is covered in rustic twig work and features adjustable shelves (3 in top and 2 in bottom cabinet) and glass doors. The shelves and body are made from Pine but it is also available in Oak. This rustic hutch is shown in a natural finish but available in other premium finishes. Each one is unique and would look incredible in your home or retreat! Call or email for pricing and more information. Mark@RusticFurnitureGallery.com 603-563-7010
I have been designing, creating, and selling rustic style furniture for over 16 years now. It is great to be able to work with clients and come up with a new piece of furniture, or find that perfect item for their home or business. We are now celebrating our 13th year of having our retail gallery in Dublin, New Hampshire! We challenge ourselves constantly to make it a better experience for our visitors and clients. Thank you for visiting!
Thank you for visiting my Rustic and Adirondack Furnishings blog. Wilderness Creations LLC. is a builder and retailer of quality crafted Rustic and Adirondack Furniture and accessories. You can shop securely online or visit our gallery located at 1327 Main Street, in Dublin, New Hampshire. We look forward to hearing from you! 603-563-7010