EcoSystems Media Center Uses Reclaimed Woods

EcoSystems Media Center Uses Reclaimed Woods

Sonia Zjawinski
May 5, 2010

We're going to tell it to you straight. This media center ain't cheap, but it's mighty interesting and it's got some pretty sweet details that use green materials to boot. If it's beyond your budget, look to it for inspiration. If it's in your budget, well, we're jealous.

The Snug-it is made from reclaimed wood from TerraMai, a company that sources reclaimed wood found across the globe. There are several timber options, including Douglas Fir reclaimed from bleachers, World Mix reclaimed from shipping pallets, and teak reclaimed from post-consumer goods.

The connectors are made from aluminum, which can be easily recycled.

Prices start at $1960 and go up to $5600 depending on what type of wood you choose. The only big problem we see is that the cubbies don't seem wide enough to fit most DVD players and stereo amps. We suppose you could stack them below the TV, but that seems like a bit of a waste of $2K and up.

Images: EcoSystems

Posted originally from: Unplggd

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