NEW ORLEANS - GoodWood Nola, an award-winning design firm, launched a new line of artisanal home goods made from repurposed materials. According to the company, each handcrafted piece is one-of-a-kind and repurposed with scraps from the design studio. Wine racks, serving trays, cutting boards, spice racks and much more are available for purchase online and for nationwide shipping.

“For years, we’ve heard from friends and customers asking for a wider range of designs that could be purchased directly, used throughout their own homes or gifted,” said Jordan Gurren Rose, GoodWood’s founder and owner. “As we’re all spending more and more time at home, the decision to move forward with a consumer product line was a natural transition, and we could not be more excited to now offer goods in this price range. We plan to continue to introduce new designs, including furniture, that will be available directly to consumers.”
 
Not only does GoodWood recycle and repurpose everything used in the studio for fabrication projects, the company also replaces wood materials by planting trees through local partnerships. GoodWood’s founder and owner, Rose, was recently selected as a member of the Wood Industry’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2020, celebrating the next generation of industry professionals making an impact on wood product manufacturing in North America.
 
“Since our inception as a company, we have recycled our post-project building materials and continue to be recognized for our zero-waste philosophy. Our new product line is one more opportunity to repurpose those materials in a meaningful way,” continued Rose.
 
A new showroom space, housed in GoodWood’s 4,200 square-foot-state-of-the-art facility, will open in the coming weeks. Visitors to the space will be able to view GoodWood’s makers at work as well as custom projects in progress.
 

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