We've seen plenty of companies that build furniture from reclaimed materials, but creative collective Unite Two Design caught my eye not only for the quality of their stuff, but for their ethos:
Sticking to our roots, UTD now recovers material from local farms, industrial sites and residential projects. Our raw, homegrown designs draw inspiration from the past, present, and future while working with the original form...Our unique, farm-raised furniture has a character and style all its own. Call it what you want, we call it farmpunk.
Things like these wine racks (the first made from a bulldozer sprocket and the second made from a drainage pipe and support beam from the 1800s) make me want to buy them, and I don't even drink wine. Their website is loaded with a surprisingly dense collection of objects considering there's only three members—Keith Traub, Jonny Sinclair and Theresa Daddona-Traub—and their Flickr page features even more projects, like the kick-ass gas tank lamp up top, and plenty of in-progress shots.
I know it's a Monday, so be careful if you click the links. Unite Two Design's sites are like quicksand—easy to get into, not so easy to get out of.