Story at a glance:

  • Sustainable wood designs for the residential and commercial designs of today
  • A closer look at new and expanded collections from some of the top sustainable manufacturers

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Mohma Modular Homes

The mohma modular home is a beautiful response to a growing demand for sustainable, flexible living environments.

Mohma uses Garnica products, materials, and wooden panels in its design and is part of Woodville—created to meet current demand for sustainable dwellings in nature with lodging like eco-hotels, rural hotels, glamping sites, and homes.

Woodville specializes in designing and building mobile, sustainable, modular, and wooden dwellings; mohma was the first.

The innovative, industrially manufactured product created to Passive House standards was designed to achieve maximum energy efficiency with the potential to be self-sufficient.


Plank Collection

This expanded collection now includes a chair and table alongside the popular Plank Bench. Each piece is crafted from FSC-certified teak and will patinate to a beautiful silver-gray over time.

Designer Aurélien Barbry sought to create sustainable products with minimal materials, heightened functionality, and an airy, playful, and modern effect with this collection.



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Harrison Credenza

The new Harrison credenza from Medley is, like all Medley products, handcrafted in California with FSC-certified maple or walnut. It’s protected with a natural matte beeswax finish that is odorless, no-VOC, and water- and heat-resistant.

The tiered, dual-sided cabinetry creates intentional space for anything that needs to be hidden away.

Medley was cofounded by brothers Travis Nagle and Ryan Schultz, who wanted to make beautiful, sustainable furniture that is better for our homes.


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Tantimber Interior Wall Coverings

Decorative interior wall coverings like these bring biophilic design and a cozy sense of comfort to all types of interior design.

Tantimber’s wall coverings are produced from different tree species with plentiful design options and ease of application.

Make a statement in a library or living room space, design a unique headboard, line the back wall of a hotel lobby, and more.

Leading Thermowood manufacturer Tantimber produces its thermally modified timber products according to International Thermowood Association standards.


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Wood-Mode Cabinetry

All Wood-Mode cabinetry is handmade with hand-applied finishes.

Based in Pennsylvania, the family-owned company has nearly 600 employees—many of them second- or third-generation. In early 2022 Wood-Mode announced its Focus Forward program—one of the largest strategic financial investments in the company’s history. Backed by more than $10 million in funding, the initiative included factory improvements, production equipment upgrades, new cabinet styles, and enhanced dealer marketing support programs.

Wood-Mode’s commitment to sustainability is clear across its facilities, as a 16-acre solar array is set to power 100% of two main buildings.