Here are pics of some projects I've concocted from "historic" lumber I bought at Second Use. A pair of Adirondack chairs and matching table, from what I think were old high-school bleachers. Unfortunately, I've lost the pics of the original boards. They were 1/2" thick by about 4" wide and made of beautiful clear fir (with a yucky finish that I just planed off). The joke is that those chairs are made of wood that's already been broken in by thousands of high-school butts already. A set of kitchen cabinets I built from some boards which looked grody (and you sold for 0.65/foot), but which under the grime were quite nice. A table for a computer and keyboard, made from a single piece of very nice oak (the one with the end all banged up) and some mahogany boards you were selling for $4 each. The top is some click-in flooring I didn't know what else to do with. A picture frame, made from leftover kitchen molding I bought at Second Use for the cabinet project.