Whether it's paint, plaster, stain or stripper, there's a more healthy way to tackle that job.
Nearly all the materials for the daybed were salvaged, then repurposed by James Taylor, the RE Store's field-crew lead and designer/builder.
Get a whiff of the upcoming growing season by visiting the Northwest Flower & Garden Show, Feb. 20-24.
Enjoy the season's bounty and keep items from hitting the landfill.
Consider low-impact options for food, flowers and décor this Thanksgiving holiday.
Seattle RE Store field crew leader James Taylor saw promise in the fir planks.
It's sobering to realize how much waste we generate when we travel, especially compared with our usual patterns of recycling and reuse at home.
These sturdy units were pulled out of a 1930s Medina home that was going to be torn down.
Make the most of your summertime season and head outdoors with these items that encourage fun in a sustainable way.
The solid beam, likely old-growth fir, was in good condition when it was recovered from the 1940s home on Bainbridge Island.