It is amazing how reclaimed wood can be transformed into beautiful furniture like this dining table. Even wood from pallets and shipping crates can be used to construct stylish furniture.
A slab of reclaimed wood makes a stunning table reminiscent of the work of Mid-Century design icon George Nakishima. The natural beauty of the wood is the focal point, as it should be.
Reclaimed wood often has amazing patina and texture. The reclaimed wood used for this table top has great age and character, something that typically isn't found in new furniture.
Reclaimed wood used to create a built-in headboard and night tables gives the new piece of furniture an aged, worn, rustic look. Using reclaimed wood in a project may also lower the cost of a DIY furniture project. Mixing rustic wood and a contemporary pendant light creates visually interesting contrast.
Using reclaimed wood lends itself well to contemporary design as well as rustic and handcrafted styles. Paired with chrome or stainless steel, the reclaimed wood makes a cool top for a table like this console table.
This DIY project utilizes reclaimed wood for the shelves and piping for the supports to create a rustic industrial style shelf unit. This is a great combination of old and new that feels one of a kind.
This bathroom vanity is fronted in reclaimed wood. I love the rough hewn wood in a contemporary space. The wood adds great texture to the bathroom. The simple bathroom light fixtures look stunning with the rustic texture.
Keeping the rough edge on the top of this headboard gives this bed a rustic style. The reclaimed wood is left natural, which also makes it feel a bit more rustic.
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