7 Clever Ways To Use Reclaimed Wood - The Interior Collective
I love the look of reclaimed wood. It has a rough, rustic look that creates a homey yet raw feel in a space. The best part about reclaimed wood though is that it’s…reclaimed! Any time you can re-use materials rather than send them to the dump, you’re doing a massive favor to the earth. But even then, I would use it whether it was good for the earth or not—I love it that much! There are a variety of ways to use it. Let’s take a look!
One-of-a-kind wet bar
Check out this one-of-a-kind wet bar by Bryce Ritter. The sink is an antique copper candy kettle with wrought iron handles and supports and is ready for plumbing. The piece is made with antique lumber and old doors. A countertop made with reclaimed white pine boards is finished off with tung oil. This piece also sports two pairs of hand-wrought staghorn hinges. The wet bar is available at UPHOME in Malvern, PA and can be shipped to any location. Contact Linda a UPHOME at…
Venice Street Scene
Gondolas gliding through streets of ancient waterways, RISERart! brings you "Venice Street Scene" All our designs are created on a durable, adhesive backed vinyl; easily installed. The adhesive material, while strong enough to stay adhered without peeling, is also readily removable without damage to your stairway when you want to try a new RISERart! design :) How to order: Stairways come in all different widths and number of stairs. We regularly produce the most common sizes, but can…
As much as I like the texture and look...the clean up would be a nightmare 😱maybe this design idea would be better suited for a wall #homedecorrusticmodern