2,816 reclaimed barn wood Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Bragg Hill
Ideabooks1,205
Questions1
When you add wood to a wall like this...do you put up drywall first? Or something wood like plywood so you have something to attached the wood to?
accent wall /bookshelving Great finish on wood
Reclaimed barn wood has been sandblasted and finished for wall boards.
is also crafted of reclaimed barn wood that has been sandblasted and finished. “Sandblasting really exposes the character of the wood,” Moger says. The
“Design” — Jan Crawford
CahillStudio Sonoma
Orchard Guest House Dragonsleaf Estate
Ideabooks1,395
Questions3
Locally sourced reclaimed barn wood gives
love the exterior with reclaimed barn wood
Small footprint, efficient use of space w/ reclaimed barn wood, large porch
Rural house using reclaimed wood! LOVE it!!
Locally sourced reclaimed barn wood gives the home's exterior an authentic patina. Cahill selected various boards to arrange in an irregular pattern, and
to create the historic look.Metal-clad windows, bifold doors: Loewen; reclaimed doors: Ohmega Salvage
“railing” — Belinda Moses
Kelly and Co. Design
4 Reviews
Barn and Entertainment/Music Performance Space
Ideabooks2,386
Questions5
High ceilings. This is all part of a Barn/Entertainment space on Houzz.
with brown-linen-covered acoustic panels and covering those with reclaimed barn wood. “There had to be spaces between the boards, to allow sound to be
Thursday night. They’ve been doing this for five years.”The problem was that the barn was far from performance ready. Thin wooden walls would do nothing to contain
“Nice space though a little rustic/funky” — 60mathews
Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Bragg Hill
Ideabooks1,725
Questions4
Which wood was used on the wall and which stain/ treatment was applied
The nail heads on the reclaimed barn wood
reclaimed wood for one of the walls in master bedroom and master bath
reclaimed barn wood accent wall with rustic
A reclaimed-barn-wood accent wall serves as a headboard in the master bedroom. The nails add a rustic touch. “One of the big things the homeowners wanted
“Love the headboard!” — kenyonl
Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Bragg Hill
Ideabooks9,238
Questions7
different because it's like a barn but it's like modernly designed.
Patch wood n metal nice for a less expensive
geothermal heating and cooling systems, passive ventilation and reclaimed barn wood. “The house isn’t quite net zero,” Moger says, “but it’s darn close
roof shape, siding material, color and stone base remind us of the local barns, we may be presented with something altogether new.
14. Nestling Into the Rural Pennsylvania LandscapeThis barn-like house made of recycled materials bridges a meadow and forest.Location:
mix of wood and red color and stone
“Barn look garage” — rebecca1818
Moger Mehrhof Architects
6 Reviews
Bragg Hill
Ideabooks2,762
Questions4
Mix of wood and paint. Too dark but interesting
Large kitchen with nice-looking wood floors.
feel like big crates,” Moger says. The cabinets to the right are reclaimed barn wood that has been sandblasted and finished. A mix of monopoint, pendant
the fireplace and stands up to it in scale. The cabinet boxes are natural wood, while gray upper doors make things more playful. “We wanted the boxes to
Similar wood instead of crown molding.
“Skinny window in corner without countertop and cabinets” — Steven Smith
Sara Bates
My Houzz: Vintage Farmhouse Style
Ideabooks2,002
Questions2
Back fire place and wood mantle
found or repurposed, including the farmhouse table, hand made from reclaimed barn wood and old porch columns.Decorating on a budget requires Sabia to dream
Striped wall Mixed woods...Wood mantle
“Table” — reginaawatson
CahillStudio Sonoma
Orchard Guest House Dragonsleaf Estate
Ideabooks748
Questions2
reclaimed barn wood walls -- one feature wall somewhere? or maybe won't "go"...
completely open the dining area to the patio. The dining room has reclaimed barn wood walls and a bluestone floor, which makes a seamless transition from
doors completely open the dining area to the patio. Dining room's reclaimed barn wood walls and bluestone floor make a seamless transition from inside to
completely open the dining area to the patio. The dining room has reclaimed barn wood walls and a bluestone floor, which makes a seamless transition from
“Flooring” — Tonya Carr
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