Viridian Reclaimed Wood’s Douglas fir table- and countertops are made from beams—some of which are 100 years old—reclaimed from decommissioned buildings in Portland, Ore. The tabletops and counters come in three styles: a mixed grain with vertical and flat grain patterns; a rustic original beam face that spotlights the beams’ structural past; and a vertical grain that shows tight growth rings and nail holes. The tables are 1 1/2 inches thick, 16 inches to 48 inches wide, 2 feet to 12 feet long, and are available with or without a low-VOC finish. The 100 percent FSC-certified wood also can add points toward LEED credits for material reuse, recycled content, regional materials, and certified wood. Viridian Reclaimed Wood, www.viridianwood.com. 877.909.9663.