They say it ain't where you're from it's where you're at, unless, of course, where you're at is Kent, in which case, hopefully it really is where you're from. For two dudes who care where stuff is from and where it ends up, check Green Foot Furniture.
Proving they're even green in Texas, GF's the work of two Austin carpenters who met doing antique restoration, and're turning out enviro-conscious one-of-a-kind furnishings built using reclaimed woods (sourced from old barns, shipping crates, even strip clubs!), and other renewable resources like upholstery made with hemp and flaxseed, but don't worry -- if you're caught with the former, Barry Bonds says the latter will keep you in the Clear. Highlights include a sturdy circular coffee table made from pallet-sourced oak and finished with teak oil; a low-slung cocktail lounge chair upholstered using brown herringbone hemp; plus a metal-based 42"X22" table that boasts cedar fencing around inlaid onyx, which is the perfect material to counter anyone with Sticky Fingaz. Not-dining-room testaments to your stylishness include a richly-hued cedar cabinet/mini-bar topped with an onyx sun-burst design, and made-to-order oak screens that use unique puzzle-style-joints to fasten together slatted panels built with one-off pieces of highly polished wood, which is something rarely seen since his Tommy John surgery.
Greenfoot will also produce custom numbers if you have a design in mind, or even if you've reclaimed you're own lumber, just promise that if it's Kentwood, you'll keep it to yourself.