Reclaim Your Home: 14 Solid Reclaimed Wood Ideas for Your Abode
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Reclaim Your Home: 14 Solid Reclaimed Wood Ideas for Your Abode

No DIYer is without a healthy supply of hardware-store goods at all times. And the hard stuff is totally on trend right now… especially reclaimed hardwood. So as you get ready to spoil your love with cards and dessert for Valentine’s Day, here are 14 solid reasons to really enter your home and ask, “Got wood?”

1. Staircase: These raisers are completely modern and masculine, so there is actually a chance your guy won’t put up a fight if you want to tackle this project yourself. (via Dwell)

2. Fireplace: This reclaimed wood fireplace is actually a DIY project. Go for it. You can totally nail this one. (via Kristi Murphy)

3. Ceiling and Table: These epic reclaimed wood pieces are from a restaurant in Copenhagen. Over here at Brit + Co,. we’re officially dying to take a little trip. (via New Norm)

4. Wood Signs: All signs point toward this repurposed tobacco barn from Kentucky. It’s so cool to think about the stories of the pieces you can incorporate into chic decor items like these. (via Kristi Murphy)

5. Accent Wall: Add another layer of space, dimension, and interest to your room. (via Evolutia)

6. Wood Bench: This midcentury bench is a standout piece. And believe it or not, this is a DIY project. (via The Brick House)

7. Ombre Wood Coasters: Let us go on record it and log it into the history books: We can’t get enough of these ombre wood coasters. (via Brit + Co.)

8. Moroccan-Style Table: Nothing makes your guests feel more at home than snuggling up with some floor pillows around a low Moroccan-style table. (via Camille Styles)

9. Reclaimed Wood Sliding Door: We love sliding barn doors over here at Brit + Co. In particular, we love the clean finish of this a-door-able piece. (via Remodelista)

10. Kitchen Island: We can’t get over this island. We’re especially in love with the built-in wine holder on the right. (via Bricks Amsterdam)

11. Wood Wall: We love how the reclaimed wood wall in this Melbourne, Australia coffee shop is 3D. Magic! (via Archilovers)

12. Star Wall Art: This is great for Christmas, but we think it can easily be used year round. It looks great on a mantle or hanging on the wall. (via Unskinny Boppy)

13. Wall Feature: If an entire reclaimed wood wall seems a bit overwhelming, how about just a feature on the wall? We think it’s just gorgeous. (via House and Leisure)

14. Reclaimed Wood Shelves: We love how the shiny gold supports look next to the rustic reclaimed wood shelves. This is decorating at its finest. (via Houzz)

Which reclaimed wood project is your fave? Let us us know in the comments below.