4,831 rustic wood box Eclectic Home Design Photos

Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Lyndsey & Steve
like the whole rustic wood box and baskets. It would help break up a solid line of cabinetry
i like this one - casual, dark wood, nice wall color. i want to keep our door color and wood trim natural
Deep warm wood colors
Metal baskets wood furniture
The master bath has a dark wood double vanity and open shelving.
Wood color...Rustic & Modern...Dark wood with gray
“Dark gray with cream? Trim. Clays bath?” — abcsjohnson
Dan Joseph Architects
Headwaters Camp Cabin, Big Sky Montana
What type of wood floor is that?
Headboard mixture of rough cut wood and finish but with upholstery added to soften it's functionality
9. Cozy rustic. Raw, unfinished wood is key to this look, but you don't need to splurge on a big piece to make it work. Use a plain wood slice (find it in a crafts store) as a tray to hold bedside necessities, repurpose a wood stump as a table or bring in a few rustic wooden boxes as bedroom storage
“я влюбилась в этот шкафффф)))” — Tatyana Varlamova
Dan Joseph Architects
Headwaters Camp Cabin, Big Sky Montana
extend bricks to create fire box
Love rustic door in the stone wall
- Wood stump side table - Metal bracing on logs
stone and wood warm feel
rustic cabin interier
Love this rustic design
rock, wood floors, beams
rustic wood console table
wood slab side table
wood box...Rustic charm...fat rustic...Wood night stand...Rustic living room...solid wood...Rustic Lake House...Leather and rustic...rustic cabin...rustic wood...rustic wood...rustic wood floor...wood bowl...wood cabinets...wood ceiling...wood timbers
“Iron on the beams” — geminiwryter
JW Construction
Boston Brownstone
Wood box wall covering for office
wood on wall of guest bath
Use of unique old wooden boxes
Decorate with wine boxes
Wine box remnants on wall
the top eight ideas I found:1. Wall covering. Covering an entire wall would be clever, and this was lovely, but the three-dimensional aspect of the box itself really appealed to me. I kept looking.
Wallpaper or box crates????
Wine boxes on wall...Wine box wall...Idea for wine boxes...wine boxs...Wine box wallpaper...Box fronts for...Wine boxes...Wine box...Wine box walls!...wine box...wood blinds...wood chair...wood floor...wood wall...dark wood floor
“Mur” — dloustal
Eclectic Kids
Table idea out of wood from steps
Rustic look with white washed furniture
Like the box for painting supplies
art studio box- could use our long wooden box with handle
Love the rustic feel. Kids can dent it, scratch it and it'd still look cool.
Desk and tool box to put craft
time and organized at your shipping station. Organize them in a desktop caddy like this repurposed metal one. Aesthetically this vintage piece adds rustic charm to the work surface, but any drawer or cubbie system will speed up the shipping process.
7. Use a vintage toolbox as a portable display piece. Toolboxes have a charm all of their own, and you can use them as in-boxes, garden trugs, craft supply corrals, planters and more.
“I like dis chalkboard CHALK BOARD” — Jess Hartley
Dan Joseph Architects
Headwaters Camp Cabin, Big Sky, Montana
more of the sliding tin door and does it go to the shower? Thanks for any help. Am in process of putting together pics of tings I want in my dream rustic/country home.
Where did you purchase these great rustic vanity lights?
Hi Dan, love the look...my question is-- I have some reclaimed barn wood that my husband and I got, but wonder how you get the"old barn smell" out of the wood?
love the rustic wood sink but would have all white around it
bath house. metal door rustic interior
Love the use of the old barn wood!
The reclaimed wood, the sink and faucets
The sink and rustic feel of
not really wood. great cabin idea
Like the rustic wood on walls and the corrugated sliding bard doors
“Basin timber” — sarahgillard
The Virginia House
Neutral Family Room
The table with the wire boxes that could hold the old records we've collected
wood on wood construction of the box
black and white contrast that distressed wood
"I still have plank-filled dreams for this room, but it's come a long way already," Woods says. The room has a wide range of textures, including some distressed pieces which add patina style to the room.
Use: A place to stash extra pillows Result: Really, you can throw anything in crates like these and keep them out in plain sight; their wood, painted logos and old nails bring age.
“Baúles” — akire_g
Alderwood Landscaping
9 Reviews
We add Fire, Water and Light!
the use of wood in this space and its color is beautiful.
WoodThis is probably the most common material for constructing raised beds, and perhaps one of the least expensive. Use naturally rot-resistant woods like cedar or redwood, and avoid woods preserved with toxins, such as creosote-soaked railroad ties. Pressure-treated wood is treated with alkaline copper
the wood.Pros: Wood raised beds are easy to install, and the material is readily available in most areas. They work nicely for traditional as well as more contemporary gardens, depending upon the design and construction of the beds. Wooden raised beds are a perfect project for the avid DIYer. Wood is
cost-effective choices for constructing raised beds.Cons: Wood doesn't last forever, so at some point you will need to replace it. Still, untreated wood can last for a number of years (up to 10) without really noticeable rot, and treated wood will last even longer. Cost: Depending on the size of your
“Fence” — chinabluerdh
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