This gallery-like space gets a dose of Little House on the Prairie from this wooden wall and ceiling.
It's possible to use old boards in a fresh, light, contemporary space.
This beam repurposed as a mantle has so much character - the dings and flaws just make it more interesting.
This reclaimed wood headboard sets the tone of the room (special repurposing bonus: the throw pillows are sewn from old jeans).
They just don't make them like this anymore - these beautiful wood floors are reclaimed wood!
There's a lot of furniture on the market made of reclaimed boards, like this beautiful coffee table.
Look at how beautiful a dining room table made from reclaimed wood can be!
This is the same space shown in the top image, I just wanted to show you how well this wood works no matter which way you look at it!
These are reclaimed wood counters.
Old beams can give a new space a feeling of history.
Copper, metal, glass and reclaimed wood - why not?
Alright, I told you I'm not only the president of the reclaimed wood fan club, but I'm also a member...this is my mantle, made from pine boards from the attic...
These are recycled beams from a 200 year old Pennsylvania barn. I love that you can sense the history in each notch.