A documentary by the folks at Woodland Hangers is here.
It’s a hilarious, entertaining, and sometimes depressing look at the ways that our wood furniture and decor are increasingly commoditized, commodified, and commodified.
(The title comes from the fact that the film was inspired by a Woodland Hardware store in Florida.)
It’s part of a larger movement to examine how we treat our wood and create more of it.
Wood is an essential component of the American aesthetic and yet it’s increasingly seen as a commodity.
Wood isn’t really used as furniture.
It doesn’t get sold or used in a traditional fashion.
Its value is built on a process that relies on the physical appearance of wood as a form of art, but is now often considered a commodity and devalued.
But what if there was a way to make wood more valuable?
What if wood could be used to create furniture or sculptures or paintings?
The answer is a lot of different wood.
A lot of wood.
There are tons of different types of wood used in all sorts of ways.
So I wanted to start with a wood-centric look at how wood is used in the home.
Let’s take a look.1.
Wood-based furniture: A modern, beautiful home2.
Wood sculptures and sculptures: A home decor piece3.
Wood and furniture: The future of furniture4.
Wood furniture: How wood can be used in creative expression5.
Wood framed furniture: Beautiful framed furniture