About

 
ech·o

/ˈekō/

(of an object, movement, or event) be reminiscent of or have shared characteristics 
    
Eko Deko began as a small wood shop in 2017 with the desire to create in the most sustainable ways possible. This resulted in creating an array of furniture and art work out of reclaimed lumber and materials. 
   
Today, the majority of the lumber that is used in our work is recycled and re-purposed into pieces that reflect nature, without harming nature.
It takes a little more work to get salvaged lumber back into a state where it can be used to build with. This means extra hours of prepping material, such as: cleaning, de-nailing, painting, sanding, and planing every single board that we source. The majority of the lumber used is sourced from trees and branches knocked down after storms, or from barns, buildings/homes, and fences taken down around North Texas.
     
 This process is not only sustainable, but it gives each piece real details that echo the life and unique character carried through the variations of grains, knots, and weathering that can only be created by the most powerful forces…time and nature. 
      
Our effort towards a sustainable operation is to create a positive impact on the environment in our own way. As our small business grows, we are able to explore creating new products with new tools, and venturing into that creativity with the same sustainable principles that founded our journey in consciously creating unique and quality goods. 
    
"What a difference a little difference would make" - Fugazi