There’s something special about being from Maine. It’s the people, the preserved wilderness, and the friendly and inviting atmosphere. No matter where you go, you bring that feeling with you and it shapes your experiences and encounters. Maine truly is “the way life should be.”
This Moose Cutting Board pays tribute to Maine's natural beauty. With a wide range of products and personal customization, and by using reclaimed pallets and re-purposed wood, ReclaiMEd Sign Company provides a hand crafted keepsake to remind ourselves and those around us who we are, and where we come from.
Growing up in Maine is a privilege. It’s growing up with an appreciation for the outdoors, a friendly and humble attitude, and being part of close knit communities. Everyone from Maine has the utmost pride in being from Maine. In hopes to give back to the environment by using reclaimed wood, and showing a little love our home state, ReclaiMEd Sign Company products are meant to promote “loving where you live.” With each piece tailored to support all types of customization, the options are endless. A wedding gift? A memoriam? A different state? All are in the realm of possibilities as each one of their signs is designed with a personal touch.
After a year of creating personalized wood signs for customers all over the country, they expanded their business to include glassware and gift items! Many still Maine inspired, but limitless opportunities for customization on glass ornaments or stemless wineglasses. Each is hand-etched and detailed as a special personalized gift for someone you love or to showcase Maine memories in your home.
Their woodworking skills have only progressed over time. Each one of their signs, cutting boards and gift items has a commitment to fine detail, and quality. Continuously inspired by the beautiful state we live in, their work allows our customers to showcase a little piece of home. Besides using all reclaimed wood, their mission to protect Maine’s environment progresses. Moving forward, any purchase that includes their Maine tree coast design, whether it be a sign, glass, or apparel, 10% of the proceeds will be donated to the Natural Resources Council of Maine in hopes of protecting, restoring, and preserving nature and wildlife in Maine.