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Everyday Design: Wooden Ties

These boys look like a lot of trouble + a lot of fun! Meet the guys behind Wood Thumb. Located in San Francisco their start-up company uses recycled wood to make wooden ties. A unique spin on the term “business casual” each piece is handmade and a modern spin on the old neck strangler.

“Made in San Francisco from reclaimed wood. Lightweight and flexible. Gets you into all the clubs.” – Wood Thumb Website

Just another group of fun-loving guys building their own business one wooden tie at a time. We admire people who seek original ideas and implement those ideas to their fullest. We’ve enjoyed getting to know these fellas via their website and facebook and hope to meet them at a show around the states soon. You never know when you’ll need a wooden tie so keep Wood Thumb in mind the next time you are looking for a special something to complete “that” outfit!

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Photos used are from Wood Thumb’s website and facebook page.

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One Response to “Everyday Design: Wooden Ties”
  1. salvaged wood
    04.05.2012

    Love, love, love reclaimed wood of all varieties. I took my kids to the pumpkin patch the other day and they were selling old, rickety wooden apple crates for $5. I bought the two on display and left ecstatic about my treasures when I wondered if they had more in the back I’d love to make a whimsical/rustic bookshelf/display out of old wooden apple crates. Anyway, love the projects featured here (those stairs are AMAZING!).


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