10 Ways With Reclaimed Wood
Flanked by a new façade, a reclaimed traditional front door creates an entryway that's neither stuffy or understated.
These 110-year-old barn beams line the foyer with a timeless look, complete with a floating staircase.
Varying sizes from 8-to 12-inches-wide, these floorboards are an unexpected take on typical kitchen flooring.
Sliding Barn Doors
Custom sliding barn doors add needed texture against smooth painted walls.
Marble Countertop and Island
This second-hand marble countertop of this antique heart pine island resists stains and daily wear and tear.
Place open shelves against a breathtaking view that won't hinder your daydreaming; these shelves will show off your dishes, too.
Warm up your dining room with a large, welcoming table fit with full-of-character, textured wood.
Give your dining room privacy when entertaining with heart-pine pocket doors.
These salvaged timbers act as bookcases while breaking up the white wall with texture and rich color. Stacked firewood reserves give a rustic touch with a convenient location.
Columns as floor lamps? It's possible with the right reclaimed artifacts. Just grab a lamp kit and a shade. Voila!