Windfall Lumber uses reclaimed, salvaged and FSC certified wood to make tables, countertops, architectural wall cladding, panel and flooring products.
Every design handcrafted by Windfall Lumber has a story. It has lived, been loved, used and discarded, and finally rescued and re-made into something beautiful. Sourced from reclaimed telephone poles in WA State, gymnasium floors from the Puget Sound area, used industrial shipping pallets made in West Africa for use in the U.S., up-cycled hardwood scraps, trees downed by windstorms, deconstructed granary storage bins and warehouses, as well as FSC hardwoods grown in the Pacific NW.
All reclaimed material is sourced regionally in the Northwest in close proximity to the company’s Lean manufacturing facility. With the entire staff working together in a refurbished warehouse, the process – from sourcing and design, to saw milling, kiln drying and finishing, takes place under one factory roof.