Best Of 2018

Best Reclaimed Wood Work
Kellie Coleman
click to enlarge Best Reclaimed Wood Work
Kellie Coleman

Coda Co. home décor shop was started by husband-and-wife duo Tanner and Kelti Ziese as a date-night hobby. Kelti is the softer side of the business, hand weaving macramé wall hangings out of cotton rope — organically attached to driftwood collected from the banks of the Ohio River — while Tanner works with reclaimed bourbon barrels to create a variety of wood furniture and accessories. The boho weavings come in natural cream and fun colors like blue, forest green and pink; while some are purely decorative, there are also functional works of art like plant hangers. Tanner’s regionally sourced barrel lids, staves and ribs make an appearance in bar tables, bottle openers, serving trays and candles holders. Playing on the upcycling commitment, Kelti also makes dog beds, pillows and poofs from reused burlap coffee bean bags. Coda Co., 400 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue,

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