Architectural Products Magazine honored us with an Innovative Product Award in the Surfaces category. We so appreciate the Judge's comment!
Editors' Picks | Reclaimed Wooden Tables by Windfall Lumber Windfall Lumber introduces their new collection of made-to-order tables for hospitality and corporate interiors in both standard restaurant and café table sizes. Tops are made from reclaimed and salvaged wood from the Pacific Northwest and radiate naturally in array of low-VOC finishes. Click on the image to read the entire article.
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Building Products Digest - July 2015 New Products | Thinner Panels Windfall Lumber has redeveloped its Windfall Engineered Panel in a new lighter, more adaptable 1/4" panel size, with all the same visual attributes as the 3/4" product. The thinner 48" by 96" panel size allows for easier wall and ceiling applications, with the additional ability to wrap around fixtures or rounded surfaces. Click on the image to read the product highlight.
Builder Magazine - June 2015 Editor's Picks | Stylish, durable counter tops to complete any kitchen or bath. Go rustic with Windfall Lumber's solid-wood counter tops, handcrafted from various species of reclaimed and FSC-certified timber from the Pacific Northwest. Douglas fir live edge counter tops, made from reclaimed telephone poles, are designed to highlight the natural character of each piece of wood. Click on the image to read the entire article.
K+BB - May/June 2015 Windfall Lumber Douglas Fir Side Grain Counter top and reclaimed Douglas Fir Telephone Pole Counter tops are handcrafted from reclaimed wood from the Pacific Northwest. Click on the image to read the entire article.
GRAY Magazine + Simply American feature by John Briggs - March 2015 Ponder the lowly pallet. Assembled of pine, it admirably performs its role supporting the shipping of other goods, but after a few trips across the country, it's often burned or discarded in a landfill. The ingenious people at Windfall Lumber in Tumwater, WA have discovered a better end for old pallets, making the most of this banal wood by turning it into panels, and then installing them as interior siding in lobbies, offices and coffee shops. This pallet project is just one of the most recent American-based efforts...
Countertop & Architectural Surfaces - Spring 2015 New colors and material spotlight for 2015 highlight Sabi Cladding! Click on the image to read the entire article.
SNAP Magazine - Jan/Feb 2015 Designs in neutral palettes for home, office, and beyond highlights Sabi Cladding! Click on the image to read the entire article.
Interior Design Magazine - February 4, 2015 Windfall Sabi Cladding is featured as a Daily Product Pick from Interior Design Magazine! Click HERE to see the online feature.
House Beautiful - February 2015 Windfall Color Cladding in Clear, Sea and Evening is featured in the current issue of House Beautiful under The Best|Great Finds! The wood is a mixture of Douglas Fir and hemlock reclaimed from solid and glue laminated beams and lumber that came from deconstructed industrial, agricultural, and residential buildings in the Pacific NW. . Click on the image to read the entire article.
This Old House - Jan/Feb 2015 Wood counters to suit every style. From classic to quirky, six kitchens that show how wood countertops can really wow. Rustic and Eclectic, Windfall Lumber is featured as #6! Salvaged fir floor joists repurposed as a plank-grain top add character to a space that blends industrial and old-world elements. Click on the image to read the entire article
VMSD - January 2015 Windfall Color Cladding is highlighted in the annual LookBook issue from VMSD Magazine (Visual Merchandising Store Display) filled with new and innovative retail products! Click on the image to read the entire article
Architectural Record Magazine - December Issue Windfall Sabi Cladding took Best in Category for the 2014 Record Product competition within the category of Finishes & Surfacing. A jury of six professionals selected the best new products of the year from among 500 entries submitted. Jurors were asked to rate the entries on the criteria of innovation, usefulness, and - where applicable - aesthetics. Click on the image to read entire article.
Interiors & Sources - December Issue Windfall Color Cladding took an Honorable Mention in the Best Wall Covering category for the sixth annual Readers' Choice Awards from Interiors & Sources. Thank you to all of those who voted for these latest and greatest products throughout the commercial interior design industry! Click on the image to read entire article.
Architectural Products Magazine - November Issue Windfall Lumber and the Windfall Color Cladding entry was a winner in this year’s Product Innovation Awards in the Surfaces category. Judges said: "Takes reclaimed lumber and makes it differently better." The Architectural Products Product Innovation Awards (PIAs) determine and honor innovation in the development and refinement of buildings-related products that range the gamut from cladding systems to interior finishes. Judged by a group of 50 independent industry professionals, the program represents a mechanism to impartially review product and present to readers items their peers found innovative and worth investigating. Click on the image...
Designer Dream Homes - Fall Issue Butcher block countertops bring rich character to any kitchen with a long lasting working surface and beautiful wood grain detail. Founded over a decade ago, Windfall Lumber creates custom countertops and tabletops from reclaimed wood from the Pacific Northwest. The reclaimed wood used consists of up-cycled hardwood scraps, castoff wood, reclaimed stock and trees downed by windstorms. Click on the image to read entire article.
Durability and Design, a publication focused on finishes, highlights our Sabi Cladding. Click here for the full feature. Lotus, Weather, Shoji White and Lotus
Commercial Building Products - September Issue Sabi Cladding is made from reclaimed Douglas fir and hemlock solid and glue-laminated beams from deconstructed industrial, agricultural, and residential buildings in the Pacific Northwest. Influenced by the Japanese philosophy of Wabi-sabi the cladding colors and textures emphasize unrefined or rustic simplicity. Click on the image to read entire article.
Architect Magazine - Product Beat Sustainable design encompasses myriad tactics, from incorporating daylighting to specifying toxin-free materials. This roundup of green products includes Sabi Cladding by Windfall Lumber. Inspired by the Japanese aesthetic wabi-sabi--or, the acceptance of imperfection-Windfall Lumber's Sabi Cladding is made from reclaimed Douglas fir and hemlock solid and glue-laminated timber beams sourced from deconstructed industrial, agricultural, and residential buildings in the Pacific Northwest. Click here to read the full feature.
Restaurant development + design - Summer Issue Combining premium, zero-VOC interior paint with the company's reclaimed Wall Cladding series, Windfall Color Cladding brings a lively palette of 12 saturated hues, ranging from vibrant to earthy tones that enhance the natural texture and warmth of the wood grain. Click on the image above to read entire article.
Interiors & Sources - August Issue Influenced by the Japanese philosophy of Wabi-sabi, Sabi Cladding from Windfall Lumber blends timeworn elegance with mellow beauty. Click on image to read the entire article.
Business Insider - August 2014 Reclaimed, recycled, and handcrafted equal buzzword of success for Tumwater Company. "Every piece of wood has a story" is a key theme at Windfall Lumber, the Tumwater company that turns old timber and former building parts into high-quality, polished furnishings and eye-catching accents for commercial businesses all across the U.S.
Windfall Color Cladding is the result of a new collaboration between YOLO Colorhouse Paints and Windfall Lumber. Combining zero-VOC interior paints with FSC-certified reclaimed wall cladding, the collection includes a lively palette of 12 saturated hues suitable for any space.. Click here to read the online coverage!
Inhabitat - Family Share Designed by b9 architects for a mother and her teenage son, the Family Share Residence also provides an auxiliary dwelling unit for the owner's father so he can live on-site with them. The compact home maximizes natural light and utilizes a natural palette of materials including sustainably-sourced lumber from Windfall Lumber, a solar hot water and even a green roof. Click here to read the full feature.