The RE Store is creating affordable, quality furniture made from reclaimed materials.
A tour through the gallery reveals a wide variety of highly functional, stylish items. Shelving, cabinets, benches and chests are built from interior and cabinet doors. Outdoor accoutrements like planters and arbors are made from reclaimed lumber, doors, stair railing parts, salvaged hardware and more. Items are built to meet the needs of small spaces and priced to be competitive and affordable.
- View our do-it-yourself quick tip videos
- Drool over the reclaimed furniture photo gallery.
- Monthly Demonstrations - Ask the master for FREE! - come see the REvision Division's creative genius, Eberhard Eichner, at work during our FREE First Saturdays monthly demonstrations.
Who is coming up with all these great ideas?
Our lead designer is Eberhard Eichner. Eberhard has spent 30 years as a professional finish carpenter, furniture builder/repairman, a long-time reuse practitioner and all around creative guy has prepared him perfectly for this role. He is turning out many new pieces each week and we are excited to have him with us. The project has been a vision for many years and The RE Store director, Kurt Gisclair, has brought it to fruition in cooperation with Eberhard's craftsmanship and creativity.
REvision Division pieces are available at both stores in Bellingham and Seattle. Get our free monthly email newsletter to stay in the loop.
Monthly demonstration on first Saturdays
Do it Yourself Frames & Mirrors without Miters/Angles: FREE Furniture Facts & Fancies with The RE Store, as a part of Appliance Depot's Appliance Art Revival & Soap Box Derby
When: First Saturday of the Month 5 - 6:30 PM
Location: Depot Market Square - Bellingham Farmer's Market site
Watch Eberhard of our REvision Division show how to take the mystery and trickiness out of building frames for mirrors, serving trays and wall art. Learn easy and inexpensive ways to create furniture as he creates functional pieces right before your eyes.
Contact Jason with your questions.
DIY Furniture From Reclaimed Materials with The RE Store's REvision Division - at B'ham Farmer's Market
When: Saturday, 6/2310-3 PM - Drop in anytime
Where: Depot Market Square
Watch Eberhard of our REvision Division show how make hollow core doors into blanket chests and armoires @ 10 am/ Cabinet doors & flooring into seats and bookcases @ 1 pm. View our videos below to see examples of these pieces.
Our Youtube channel hosts an ever-growing list of how-to videos. Check them out!
How to Build a Bookshelf from Reclaimed Cabinet Doors
Decorative trim without mitres: easy cabinet facelifts using scrap trim
How To Make Fast Furniture Joints With Reclaimed Materials
Build furniture from used hollow core doors
Decorative trim without mitres:
easy cabinet facelifts using scrap trim
Check out the photos below or come in to our Bellingham store to see the new REvision Division gallery.
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