2,170 reclaimed wood gate Dining Design Photos

Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
Ideabooks11,824
Questions6
what type of reclaimed wood was used on the kitchen island? is it a reclaimed walnut? any info would be grea
Love the wood as paneling on the back of bar.
wood island mimicked in color of wood around windows.
kitchen, reclaimed siding, wood slab formal dining table
White counter and reclaimed wood facade.
along with the modern light fixtures, provide a contrast to the rough hewn reclaimed wood. This is a great example of mixing old and new.
This modern addition on a more traditional house fuses the two styles. Reclaimed wood and divided space meets an industrial faucet, smooth floor and large doors
Mixing modern lighting and chairs with a reclaimed wood table adds a certain balance to this room. A beamed ceiling and backdrop of distressed wood wraps the table and chairs in a comfortable vintage modern setting. Tip: Displaying your wares doesn't
“white kitchen” — Sheila Robinson
The Woods Company
10 Reviews
Antique Reclaimed Distressed Oak
Ideabooks1,079
Questions2
The Woods Company Antique Reclaimed Distressed Oak flooring is a magnificent choice for any setting. Whether you are going traditional, rustic or modern this floor doesn’t just blend in it sets the tone for all. Rich in character and patina from over 100 plus years of exposure this floor has a color
Reclaimed antique distressed oak flooring. Love it!
color of floor reclaimed wood at Hobo
“Floorboards” — margitkent
Wakako Tokunaga Architecture
4 Reviews
Not-So-Bungalow House
Ideabooks2,040
Questions1
Wood accent wall and island (different stain) + waxed concrete floors
Steel staircase. Re claimed wood wall.
Wood panelled feature behind stairs with display shelves
maybe make wall behind front staircase a wood wall
AFTER: The addition contains the dining room, Maeno’s art studio (beyond the reclaimed wall), a kitchen to the right and bedrooms above that. Tokunaga reused wood left over from the demolition of the former addition throughout the house. “It’s Douglas fir that’s darkened over the years,” she says. “It’s
layers of time,” Tokunaga says. “I didn’t want the new addition to look like the original, but I needed something to tie the layers together. So the warm wood makes that cohesive connection.”
“Table” — broershome
Les Constructions MontagneArt
1 Review
Max
Ideabooks2,858
Questions4
Contrast btw wood table and chairs
I like the reclaimed wood wall.
The wood table and walls
wood table + lucite chairs
Wood paneling on the wall!
Wood table w plexi chairs
reclaimed wood....different finishes
Wood finish - nice timber
again, reclaimed wood wall accent
rustic wood accent wall
rustic wood dining table
barn wood art...Table Wood wall...Reclaimed dining...lucite against wood...acrylic and wood...wood wall...barn wood table...Love the wood wall...Wood on wall...Wood wall, open...reclaimed wood...reclaimed wood...recycled wood...wood ceiling...wood ceiling beams...rustic wood floor
“table” — Natalie Galyon
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
WYboy Ranch
Ideabooks2,996
Questions2
where can i find wood for beams?
These are reclaimed beams from an old building that was being dismantled.
the reclaimed beams in the ceiling
TR SUPPORT -COMBINATION OF WOOD= IRON PILLAR
wood beam steel column. love this look
Top choice - Like the distressed wood style with iron i-beams
metal plus wood looks pretty cool
reclaimed with steel and fireplace glazing
9. Seek out reclaimed timber. Before starting a major renovation project, it may be worth your while to explore sources in your area — or even on your own property — for reclaimed wood. Old beams and boards have a patina that new wood simply can't match, and you can feel great
“Beam with metal down post” — slowe
Jordan Iverson Signature Homes
12 Reviews
Hilltop House | Grand Vista Subdivision
Ideabooks11,120
Questions6
I LOVE this reclaimed wood feature wall. The red light fixture looks amazing coupled with the wood! Just curious if you can tell me how you attached the wood? Was it nailed to the wall, or glued? Thanks!
I love this reclaimed wood wall!
Yes would love to get wood just like this for a feature wall in our Cabin, where can I find it.
Love the Wood Wall. Great idea.
reclaimed wood on interior. Use of same materials interior as exterior
Wood that would go in my dining room
I like the barn wood wall - it doesn't clash w the hardwoods
again-- I like the natural wood feeling with the pop of color.
I really like this feature wall of red industrial elements and barn wood in a dining niche.
“Light fixture” — 2strikes
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Scott & Melissa Powell / New Leaf
Ideabooks1,600
Questions1
Wood accent wall and sliding door.
Love the wood and sliding doors to save space!
Love the wood and sliding doors
concrete + white + reclaimed wood
barn wood on sliders for walk in pantry? cool accent
weathered barn wood with modern finishes
The dining room table is still awaiting some final touches. The rustic wood pantry door, which hangs at the end of the island, matches the wood on the staircase. It’s mounted in a sliding barn door style. A gallery wall of family photos hanging in the foyer can be seen from the kitchen. Benches: Inspire
“concrete floor tile on wall to decor” — vadland
Arkin Tilt Architects
1 Review
IdeaGarden
Ideabooks3,443
Questions6
Here is another photo of this reclaimed bowling alley table with a better view of the legs.
gorgeous tables or desks artisans make out of old bowling lane wood.
the table reclaimed from a bowling alley and the leaves pressed into the concrete floor.
love the light wood cabinets and dark counters. Also the table made from reclaimed bowling
outside. this house has about the feeling I want. Wood but not too much or to heavy. It may be a little too modern for me
beautiful table's surface is made of wood from a bowling lane.Your turn: Please share your clever reclaimed projects from your homes below!
For the new dining room, the ceiling boards were reclaimed from Wisconsin high school bleachers. The table was made from a reclaimed bowling lane. Also, it’s hard to
“fenetres” — amarie1919
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