Urban Hardwoods was recently featured in L.A. Times Home — read the excerpt below and click through to the full article on the L.A. Times Website.

Four years ago, before the words “salvaged” and “repurposed” had become as cliche as red coral and self-declared “curators,” the cover of our print section featured three guys in Seattle. John Wells, Seth Meyer and Jim Newsom stood by giant slabs of discarded timber — a tree cut that had been cut down by the city and later turned into the coffee table pictured at the bottom of the page. The caption pointed out that if you look closely, you can match the table’s crevice to the right slab.

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