Wood is one of my favorite elements to work with in design. The natural texture brings depth to every space and is an easy way to warm up a palette. It also brings a lot of character and charm. Reclaimed wood has become a popular component in design recently during the big DIY craze. It’s easy to work with in a myriad of ways and the results are usually spectacular. This material is incredibly versatile, as seen in the following 10 creative ideas that show the marvelous effect reclaimed wood can have on any room in the house.
Stunning reclaimed wood lines the ceiling and island of this rustic, eclectic kitchen.
A huge headboard of reclaimed wood creates dimension against a painted brick wall and suits the scale of this large, lofty bedroom.
For an industrial space, polished wood can bring in warmth that the style often lacks and add depth to the palette and textures.
Instead of painting an accent wall, reclaimed wood can create a memorable statement that distracts from the small size of this sitting area.
A chic plant holder was fashioned out of reclaimed wood for a charming piece of wall art.
Aged wood surrounds a sleek, contemporary fireplace from the floor to the ceiling, taking advantage of the height and scope of the room.
This white kitchen was given a great dose of warmth with reclaimed wood along the outward-facing bar.
Stripped wood stairs have a rustic appeal and create interesting contrast in texture and color against the white walls of the stairwell.
Reclaimed wood takes on a contemporary look on an accent wall joining all three levels of this staircase together.
If you’re looking for a way to add both warmth and character to a space, consider some creative ways you might be able to incorporate reclaimed wood. Not only is it stylish, but it’s also eco-friendly.