Carter Oosterhouse uses kirei, a sustainable building product made from sorghum, to build a cabinet.
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Kirei board is manufactured from the stalks of the sorghum plant, which typically are burned or thrown into landfills after the edible portion of the plant is harvested for food. Kirei is an eco-friendly board made through the use of non-toxic adhesive that does not emit formaldehyde. In this project, Carter built a television cabinet and desks using kirei board.
Product information for items used in this room makeover:
kirei board — Kirei USA
animal print desk chairs (Veronica Animal AR, style #HEETA, item #17183252) — Stein Mart
desk lamps (Minuteman Collection item #60451) — Lamps Plus
paint (Benjamin Moore Montana Agate #56) — Home Depot
door panels (Home Trends Houndstooth Sheet Set item #300008523137) — Wal-Mart
aluminum spinner (3-1/2 inch Ultimate item #TT-3552-B); wood propeller (26 by 10-inches Bolly Products) — RC Hobbies
antiqued globe (item #368007) — Cost Plus
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