2 Day got its start producing small accents and occasional tables from reclaimed lumber. The majority of the lumber used was taken from the old Sears Catalogue Distribution Center in Atlanta. They were also able to develop a line of products using teak reclaimed from discarded railway ties from the South African Railroad. Whenever possible sawmill shorts, off-fall and off-spec materials were used in their processes. Unfortunately, those lumber stores were exhausted. Not ready to give up on the reclaiming and recycling, they developed their Wine 2 Night! Collection using recently retired wine barrels. Many of the products bear the branding and vineyard handling markings as they were used in wine production. Color variation, distressing and wood character are key elements in this hand-made furniture line. They pride themselves in enhancing wood’s natural character with hand distressing, sanding and seven different finish options. Circle saw marks are welcome here. Some of their barrel products may even have visible numbers or writing from their time spent in the vineyards. Just like 2-Day Designs, their products have a story to tell.
Barrel side table made of recycled wine barrels.
Stave stool made of recycled wood.
Bistro table made from recycled wine barrels.
Mini wine display made of recycled barrel staves.