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Winter Sale On Now

Save up to 40% off everything in our Winter Sale! Our popular Kai and Toronto dining sets are now back in stock. Plus the new stunning New England 220cm farmhouse pedestal tables with benches are now available. New containers arriving monthly.  See our website for all incoming eco-friendly… Read More »Winter Sale On Now


Our eco friendly furniture is exclusive to Blueberry Meadows.  We cut out the middleman and supply quality solid reclaimed timber furniture. You SAVE $$$ compared to other retailers.   Due to lack of space at our Abbotsford warehouse, there are no products on display. Please visit our Fort Langley… Read More »EXCLUSIVE designs

New Black Dining Chairs!

Our new contemporary style dining chairs are now arriving in stock and we have several styles available. They are currently on a promo sale, hurry as they are selling fast. Please visit our Fort Langley showroom…It’s open 7 days a week!  

What is FSC Certified?

What does it mean when a product, like indoor furniture, is referred to or labeled as FSC Certified? The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), is a non-profit organization that sets certain high standards to make sure that forestry is practiced in an environmentally responsible and socially beneficial manner. If… Read More »What is FSC Certified?

The Production Process

FROM RECLAIMED WOOD TO FURNITURE PRODUCTS Reclaimed Wood is existing wood that has been recycled and reused to meet today’s ever-growing need for sustainable and eco-friendly homes. Finding the right source is a challenge. It can be difficult to find the right wood, with the right dimensions and… Read More »The Production Process

Fort Langley Store

Visit Our Fort Langley Store We get it…you’d like to touch and feel our solid reclaimed wood furniture…before making a decision.  Our boutique retail store is situated in the heart of beautiful Fort Langley and we have been open for over 11 years. Pick up a coffee from… Read More »Fort Langley Store


THE STORY OF RECLAIMED WOOD Reclaimed timber has a past and has been used for buildings and structures from the 18th to the early 20th century – when wood was in abundance. As the industrial revolution took hold sawmills were often the core of many towns, providing employment… Read More »Sustainability