I love learning about environmentally responsible American designers who create stunning heirloom pieces by hand, and waste nothing in the process. Scott McGlasson, principal designer at Woodsport, uses found wood from limbs that have fallen due to storms or local construction projects, and then practices "nose to tail" woodworking in his Saint Paul, Minnesota studio to create everything from credenzas and dining room tables to smaller goods like turned wood bowls and vases. Leftover scraps are then used to heat his sauna and wood shavings are sent to local chicken coops and pottery kilns. Check out some of the pieces from his gorgeous collection below. I love the way Scott mixes modern with rustic and rough with smooth to create a collection that feels as experimental as it does traditional.