Proving there're more uses for wood than just really classy, durable teeth is Jonathan January: a former construction worker and current Salem-dweller, who parlayed his wood skills into his own biz creating furniture, all manner of kitchen tools, and helpful household solutions made from reclaimed timber. First-time-claim these:
Timber-Frame Trestle Table: Not actually the table Ohio State football coach Jim crawled under to give players money, these beasts can run from six to 15ft of reclaimed cedar and Douglas Fir, which was milled in Oregon approximately 100yrs ago, and provide a quality that's "nearly impossible to match".
Asymmetrical Balanced Wine Bottle Display: Return that floating feeling to your vino with this elegantly finished triangular holder, which balances impressively once there's a bottle of wine in it, unlike most humans.
Modular Sculpted Kitchen Workstation: Originally built for a customer seeking a solution to messy counters, this sucker has an inset cutting board, plus an indented section into which you can sweep stuff you're not hacking anymore "without reaching for another bowl", and is 100% Oregon Big Leaf Maple with a "food-grade finish", a move pioneered by Eddy Curry and also known as a "Lay's-Up".