5,216 reclaimed wood serving board Home Design Photos

5 Reviews
Sun Valley Kitchen
things to consider:Reclaimed wood cabinets are an environmentally friendly option, but ask about where the wood came from and what is was used for previously. Old wood may have been treated with chemicals you wouldn’t want in your kitchen.Ask about the glue used to bind composite boards, which are almost
“Corner open cabinet” — bd102181
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Our contractor used an epoxy-based tile adhesive that was quick drying. He back-buttered each tile, as well as applied the adhesive to the concrete board. He held each tile until set.
Inspiration picture-- love the light walls, distressed vanity, herringbone brick floor (could use reclaimed Chicago brick); glass shower enclosure; pony wall with dark wood top accent
“Tile floor pattern is beautiful.” — Robin Herman
Niche Interiors
24 Reviews
Cozy Family Home
I would try Room & Board for similar. The Wyatt bed is very close to this. Best of luck!
reclaimed wood table
wood nightstand...grey white and wood
“Love this table for a vanity concept” — sherms27
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Erie Custom Home
Swing idea use an old chair and cut off the legs put a solid board underneath. An instant swing
reclaimed wood coffee table
Darker wood...Wood & Metal Table
“Like the table” — ermarey12
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
van Adelsberg / Grant Residence
really like the fence, what type of wood is it?
What kind wood of fence?
Hi Juan! Within the reclaimed realm, it's very affordable! It all depends on how much you're looking for. Shoot us an email at info@centennialwoods.com and I'll answer any questions
Wooden board horizontal fence, simple lawn, symmetrical
wood fence
“like” — mianfaisal
Winn Wittman Architecture
Winn Wittman Architecture
wall windows can serve as accent walls
doors - windows above them, exposed beam and wood ceiling with fan
Low head board and art
wood ceiling
“Pinturas” — agtgm
Shubin + Donaldson Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Toro Canyon Residence
Initially they looked like concrete backer board to me, then poured concrete. If they are indeed poured concrete, what purpose do the holes serve? In any case, this is awesome work. I love it!
mahogany wood...Concrete and wood
“pay attention to the concrete. the holes in the wall and the hall have definite energy which appeal” — Sarah Schrimsher
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Creative Open-Concept Home in Toronto
long, narrow table. Mix of wood and steel.
designed a dining table to match the proportions of the house. He used salvaged barn boards from the house, inserting them into a steel frame made by a local fabricator. On one side of the table runs a long, custom bench. It serves as seating during dinners and parties, while moveable panels below help to hide
“For Steve” — Debra Hughes
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