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5 Ways to Use Reclaimed Wood in Your Home

Looking to add warmth and character to your home? Let's take a look at 5 ways to do that using reclaimed wood.    

 1. Wood Wall

Add reclaimed wood to a wall or ceiling to make it a focal point in any room. 

To find out how to make this beautiful DIY pallet wood wall click HERE 

 

Here is another example of a gorgeous wood wall beautifully accented with some industrial pieces.  

 

 

How gorgeous is this ceiling y'all?!!!  Check this out at the blog Red Head Can Decorate.

 

2.  Accents - ladders, signs, arrows, etc

 There are many lovely reclaimed wood accents you can add to any space in your home.  Check out this wooden ladder light chandelier from B Vintage.  How gorgeous is this?! 

 

Or this DIY blanket ladder that is not only functional but would look lovely in any living room.

 

Arrows can be put into any room to give it a rustic touch.  This arrow sign from H&R would look great in any home!

...or what about H&R's wooden serving tray? I love this because it is functional AND beautiful!

 

Put some of your wood accent pieces together to make a beautiful gallery wall like this one, which was designed by Aly at www.thedowntownaly.com.

 

 

3.  Tables

 Bring that rustic feel into your home with a barn wood table like this one at Cherished Bliss.

 

 

Or this beautiful DIY Farmhouse Table and Bench at Honey Bear Lane.

 

 

Make a beautiful first impression by adding a reclaimed wood entry table like this one from Scout and Nimble.

 

 4.  Headboard

This DIY rustic headboard with lights is beautiful! 

 And this chevron West Elm-inspired headboard is a beautiful artistic touch of reclaimed wood.

 

 

 5.  Shelves

Try your hand at these geometric shelves or just get them from Fernweh Reclaimed Wood

 

This adorable rustic rope ladder shelf would be great in a bathroom.

These natural floating shelves are beautiful as well. 

 

Don't forget, you can find one-of-a-kind reclaimed accents for your home in our Handmade & Reclaimed store.  

 

 



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