After several years in the furniture business and being involved in both production and delivery, Nick Mask noticed the unnecessary amount of waste created and began to conceive ways to utilize that waste. In the summer of 2008, he started making coat racks out of the wood leftover from shipping materials and broken furniture otherwise left for the garbage. Nick fell in love with the idea of refining the raw and making the unwanted into something people desired. Shipping pallets became a major source of materials. They brought the character of old weathered wood to his pieces and provided a variety of woods which added to the uniqueness of each piece.
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