I am a huge fan of shows like the Property Brothers, Love It Or List It and Masters Of Flip. I am head over heels in love with all the reclaimed wood decor that is incorporated into the designs of these homes which inspired me to curate this collection of reclaimed wood furniture and decor ideas that I dream of filling my own home with.
Decorating with reclaimed wood is all the rage with sliding barn doors, pallet headboards, pallet wood walls and farmhouse kitchen tables being super trendy and popular right now. Below, you will find 50 reclaimed wood furniture and decor ideas for living green that you can purchase on Etsy from various artisans all across North America or draw inspiration from for creating your own diy reclaimed wood projects.
If you are looking to decorate your home with unique, functional, eco-friendly and sustainable furnishings, reclaimed wood furniture is the way to go. Using reclaimed wood that has been salvaged and locally sourced from old buildings, fences, boats and railways is an eco-friendly was to re-use lumber that has already been harvested from our forests and prevents it from ending up in the landfill. Reclaimed wood in its natural state that has fallen naturally on the forest floor or has been cleared from roadway during a storm is also popularly used to make furniture.
One of the benefits of using reclaimed wood versus new wood is the age and maturity of the wood makes it more durable and stronger than newer, less mature wood. Old wood harvested from mature trees has already been through the process of contracting and expanding from being exposed to the natural elements resulting in a strong, durable wood that is less prone to split or warp.
Another benefit of decorating with reclaimed wood furniture and decor is that each piece is 100% unique and has lots of character from the different grain patterns, knots and burrows, nail holes, discoloration and uneven edges found in salvaged wood. Each piece of wood has its own story with a little piece of history that makes for interesting conversation.
The main eco-benefit to decorating your home with reclaimed wood furniture is that you are reusing deconstructed wood salvaged from demolition projects which contributes to a reduction of waste being thrown away. And it makes you a responsible consumer because you are not buying mass produced furniture that is depleting our natural resources which is often made in factories that have less than ideal working conditions for the workers. Buying handcrafted reclaimed furniture and decor from a craftsman helps support small businesses and families.
Functional And Sustainable Reclaimed Wood Furniture
This Reclaimed Wood Front Entryway Table made from salvaged cedar wood adds a rustic touch to a front entrance way that is inviting and warm. The wood chosen for the tables is all handpicked for quality, beautiful grain patterns and knots, and unique markings like nail holes. Each table measures 4 feet long, but you get to choose the height of your table and whether you prefer one or two shelves.
If you have always dreamed of owning a farmhouse dining room table, this Reclaimed Wood Farmhouse Dining Table And Bench would make a gorgeous and timeless addition to your home. The table and bench are both made from reclaimed wood salvaged from century old New England homes. The table is available in a variety of sizes to accommodate any size family
The simple design and combination of wood and steel of these Reclaimed Wood Dining Room Chairs are perfect for adding a rustic touch to a modern living space. A unique detail that adds character to your kitchen or dining room, especially for a wine connoisseur, is that the back of each chair is a stave from a reclaimed wine barrel.
This Reclaimed Wood Kitchen Pot Rack made from a ceiling beam salvaged from a historical home on the east coast is a stunning way to store and display your pots and pans. It is perfect for adding a warm and cozy feeling to a farmhouse or country style kitchen. You have the option of customizing the pot rack with LED lighting and gas pipe hangers.
Create a beautiful and inviting entertaining space with this gorgeous Wood Bar Height Table made from black walnut wood. The grain pattern and natural curve of the wood on this tabletop is absolutely stunning and brings the natural elements of the outdoors into your home for a warm and cozy feeling.
Decorate your living room area with a Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table to add a rustic element to the room. This table is made from distressed barn wood and industrial steel legs. The unique grain patterns, knots in the wood and the railroad track design adds a ton of character to the table that is warm and inviting.
This ultra Modern Reclaimed Wood Chair And Ottoman would look amazing displayed in a contemporary office or library. The sleek and modern design of this chair and the attention to details make this a luxury piece of furniture that will turn an ordinary space into extraordinary.
This urban Reclaimed Wood Desk has a little bit of Midwestern history embedded in the wood. It is made from reclaimed old growth douglas fir wood salvaged from hundred year old Midwestern American buildings and structures. The sleek, steel hairpin legs give this desk a mid-century, urban feel to the design. Drawers and keyboard tray are optional.
Create extra storage with these beautiful Reclaimed Barn Wood Standing Shelves made from century old barn wood. The shelves are mounted on a flat stained steel frame that blends old style with modern. The unit measures almost 6 feet in height and includes 5 solid shelves that each have their own uniqueness.
This Reclaimed Wood Platform Bed Frame can triple as a bed, a seat and a table all-in-one. The sides of the bed can be used as a night table for storing a lamp and books. The end of the bed can be used as a bench for getting dressed and undressed. The bed is made from reclaimed douglas fir wood salvaged from old buildings and is mounted on steel legs.
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