Furniture made from doors, reclaimed lumber, trim and hardware

Little table from REvision Division
Table made from flooring samples (top), newel post, cabinet door (base), reclaimed lumber and hardware

The REvision DIvision is building functional and affordable furniture in it’s not-so-secret laboratory. Doors, cabinet doors, reclaimed wood, used hardware and other materials are being upcycled into chests, tables, armoires, cabinets and other household items.  Eberhard Eichner is the mastermind behind The RE Store’s long-envisioned program that got off the ground in the spring of 2011.  These pieces are being designed and built locally and are flying out the door as fast as Eberhard can build most of them.

The Seattle Times reported on the new line of furniture – read the article, “Seattle’s RE Store makes junk work” from 8/28/2011

View REvision Division pieces in our showroom. More photos and info can be found about this affordable and beautiful furniture here.

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Provide Flood Relief

Rebuilding efforts from Whatcom County's historical flooding is just beginning. We have the opportunity to provide our community members with affordable, readily available materials from The RE Store. Together, we can generate $10,000 in rebuilding efforts. From now until January 28th, buy a flood relief gift card to The RE Store and we will match your gift to double your impact.