I make these and give them away.
Guitar picks. The heart-shaped one is for my granddaughter. I've made maple, wenge and oak so far.
This keepsake book, made from leftover amendoim. The letters are yellowheart leftovers from an inlay.
This is all beautiful flooring, made into even more beautiful cutting surfaces.
This is made of Brazilian cherry, walnut, red oak, hickory and white oak.
Kevin Minton (OOZ)
I wanted to do something different on our outdoor bar area, so I used leftover odd-lot reclaimed stock.
This is my ship-deck-inspired table from solid oak and deck caulking sealant, with a compass star made of wenge and ash.
This is my wood floor waste Christmas tree; last year I donated it for the children's cancer foundation.
We made this Gustavian headboard for our guest room out of leftover walnut flooring!
This end-grain mosaic of my dog.
I used leftover edge-grain tongue and groove pine for the herringbone pattern.
This is my very first fractal burn on a 8-inch piece of walnut flooring (with Ecopoxy). This walnut has sentimental value because it's from the very first big job I ever landed; it gave me the confidence to go out on my own.
I've been making these dashboard surfers for about 20 years now!
This coffee table of maple, red oak and walnut.
For more amazing creations from wood flooring, see wood floor master Filip Redant's stunning whisky cabinet and humidor.