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An Online Marketplace For Reclaimed Materials

An Online Marketplace For Reclaimed Materials
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D-Build's new online shop caters to designers and consumers interested in buying and selling products made from salvaged items that are extracted from building deconstructions.

Naresh Kumar
  • 7 september 2010

D-Build’s new online marketplace caters to designers and consumers interested in buying and selling products made from reclaimed materials that are extracted from building deconstructions. The marketplace functions like the well-established Etsy online store and promises to be a haven for people who want to buy finished goods made from reclaimed materials.

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A quick glance in the products section shows Arbor & Taylor’s Lincoln furniture, made entirely from reclaimed lumber. The marketplace sells even raw materials such as planks, boards and even ripped-out walls for designers to build something up and sell it on the site itself.

D-Build Marketplace

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