10 Ways With Reclaimed Wood
It's no secret we love working with reclaimed wood and materials. It's an instant way to add charm and patina to spaces. Here are some of our favorite ways to incorporate reclaimed materials in your home.
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!