Reclaimed Wine Tower from Spatial IssuesClintondale, NY Visit Their Site
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Carpenter Bonnie Gulden hates throwing things away, so instead she brings her collection of discarded, leftover, and found materials back to life. At Spatial Issues, the Clintondale studio and shop Gulden opened in 2017, she uses reclaimed wood and metal to create what she calls an “arsenal of handcrafted awesomeness.” Her wine towers are built both vertically and horizontally, and can be hung from a wall, suspended from the ceiling, or stood on their own. In all cases, the towers act as light catchers, making the wine bottles glow like jewels. These one-of-a-kind items are made from a variety of woods, including cherry, oak, maple, pine, and barnwood, available both finished and unfinished.