Golden Gate Bridge Furniture Co.

Limited Edition Artisan Furniture Crafted from Repurposed Steel off

San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge

Media Articles

Marin Independent Journal
01/08/2011  by PJ Bremier, IJ correspondent

Many people claim they’ve left their hearts in San Francisco, but Richard Bulan actually has pieces of it – at least its most famous landmark – in his bedroom.  And, for a price, so can a few others.  In 1994, the Bay Area entrepreneur came up with an idea to salvage and repurpose the Golden Gate Bridge’s pedestrian handrails that were being replaced.  They were the original railings, installed in 1936, and painted in that unmistakable custom paint called International Orange…  more>>

10/21/2011  by Debbie Snider, Allied Member ASID

Richard Bulan's red-orange steel furniture makes use of salvaged parts from San Francisco's most famous landmark

As a San Francisco native, I was intrigued when I stumbled upon the Golden Gate Bridge Furniture Company. This company sells artisan furniture pieces crafted from actual parts of the iconic bridge. If you left your heart in San Francisco, here is a way you can have a piece of The City, as it is affectionately referred to by natives and residents, no matter where you live now. I had to know more, so I contacted the founder, Richard Bulan…  more>>

Greenspiration Home
10/26/2011  by Trish Holder, Greenspiration Home

Talk about ingenuity.  Who would have ever thought of creating a line of furniture from hand railing removed from the Golden Gate Bridge?  Richard Bulan, owner of the Golden Gate Bridge Furniture Company, that's who. This side table is the latest from his unique collection and is the Greenspiration Home Pick-of-the-Week… more>>