What was old is new again thanks to one unique furniture company in Brooklyn.
M Fine Lumberyard in Williamsburg has been recycling lumber in the city for more than eight decades.
But for the past two years, Brooklyn Reclaimed has been working out of the yard, turning wood from old buildings in the borough into furniture pieces. More
Brooklyn Reclaimed, Josh Hall, Master Carpenter and Furniture Maker shows off his mad skills in making this Reclaimed Yellow Pine Bookcase for an upscale Manhattan residence. This project which, was coordinated at the Architect & Designer level, led by owner, Merritt Fine and co-owner Tim Spence. More
Brooklyn Reclaimed partners with Etsy. If you would like to purchase some of our reclaimed furniture online, now you can… More
5Pointz’s artists have been working at a Williamsburg lumber yard in the year since its Long Island City location was torn down. All photos by Robert Tutton
Nearly a year after the masterfully spray-painted walls of 5Pointz were torn down to make room for a pair of luxury high-rises—towers that could, somewhat unbelievably, bear the name of the fallen graffiti mecca—its familiar logo can be seen emblazoned above a Williamsburg lumber yard. From a massive tangle of gray and pink snakes abutting the Newtown Creek to a fiery Easter Island landscape, and of course the labyrinthine-lettered tags, the pieces adorning the outer gates and main building of M. Fine Lumber and Brooklyn Reclaimed, More