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16 Ways To Use Salvaged Wood In Your Home

posted in DIY & Crafts
01/04/2015
  • Salvaged Wood Wall

This stunning and colorful feature wall was created with wood from a salvage yard. It includes barn wood, wainscot, and flooring from a high school gym. Total cost: $130, plus 3 days work. Totally worth it!
    Salvaged Wood Wall

    This stunning and colorful feature wall was created with wood from a salvage yard. It includes barn wood, wainscot, and flooring from a high school gym. Total cost: $130, plus 3 days work. Totally worth it!
  • Barn Wood Cabinets
    Barn Wood Cabinets
  • These cabinets were made when a barn was disassembled. The barn siding used on the cabinet doors has a natural, weathered look that can’t be replicated with modern finishing methods. Barn door hardware compliments the wood for a unique and authentic look.

  • Reclaimed Beech Flooring

Shipping crates were repurposed to create this beautiful floor. The black veining pierces through the gold, tan, and peach tones to give the wood an almost marbled appearance. Beech never had such allure!
    Reclaimed Beech Flooring

    Shipping crates were repurposed to create this beautiful floor. The black veining pierces through the gold, tan, and peach tones to give the wood an almost marbled appearance. Beech never had such allure!
  • Driftwood Headboard

You can almost hear the waves when you look at this unique driftwood headboard. Natural weathering doesn’t get any better than this—the epitome of a 'conversation piece'.
    Driftwood Headboard

    You can almost hear the waves when you look at this unique driftwood headboard. Natural weathering doesn’t get any better than this—the epitome of a 'conversation piece'.
  • Old Patina Pergola

The natural brown-and-grey shades of this reclaimed timber add charm and character to an outdoor patio area. The old patina finish remains from when the wood was pulled off the original structure. Who’d want to change it, anyway?
    Old Patina Pergola

    The natural brown-and-grey shades of this reclaimed timber add charm and character to an outdoor patio area. The old patina finish remains from when the wood was pulled off the original structure. Who’d want to change it, anyway?
  • Recycled Wood Wall Tiles

Recycled wood can go anywhere, even the shower area. These wood wall tiles are 4” x 4” (they also come in 2” x 8” and 4” x 8”). In contrast to the standard, chilly ceramic tile, wood makes for an incredibly warm and inviting space.
    Recycled Wood Wall Tiles

    Recycled wood can go anywhere, even the shower area. These wood wall tiles are 4” x 4” (they also come in 2” x 8” and 4” x 8”). In contrast to the standard, chilly ceramic tile, wood makes for an incredibly warm and inviting space.
  • Slab Dining Table

This dining table was constructed simply by attaching an entire wood slab to a metal base. Talk about bringing the outdoors in!
    Slab Dining Table

    This dining table was constructed simply by attaching an entire wood slab to a metal base. Talk about bringing the outdoors in!
  • Lief Puzzle Stool
    Lief Puzzle Stool
  • Then a fishing boat washed up on the shore in Indonesia, the leftover wood was being sold off piece by piece for firewood—until a designer made the boat’s owner an offer. He used the haul of wood to make these stools and many other beautiful pieces of handcrafted furniture for Aellon in Brooklyn, NY.

  • Re-Sawn Wood Beams

These antique heart pine beams were re-sawn and planed smoothed before being given a second life. They impart a robust and warm feel to this space.
    Re-Sawn Wood Beams

    These antique heart pine beams were re-sawn and planed smoothed before being given a second life. They impart a robust and warm feel to this space.
  • Wooden Pallet Coffee Table

Two wooden palettes, a little stain, and some casters are all you need to build a trendy coffee table. DIY doesn’t get much cheaper or easier than this.
    Wooden Pallet Coffee Table

    Two wooden palettes, a little stain, and some casters are all you need to build a trendy coffee table. DIY doesn’t get much cheaper or easier than this.
  • Reclaimed Lumber Shelves

The most obvious use for salvaged wood? Shelves. Display your photos and books atop a warm, natural-edged plank of wood that fits with whatever bracket you like.
    Reclaimed Lumber Shelves

    The most obvious use for salvaged wood? Shelves. Display your photos and books atop a warm, natural-edged plank of wood that fits with whatever bracket you like.
  • Stairs

Salvaged wood turns a staircase into a centerpiece. This unit is constructed to appear free-floating. But you could just as easily use salvaged wood for your stair treads, or to laminate your treads and risers.
    Stairs

    Salvaged wood turns a staircase into a centerpiece. This unit is constructed to appear free-floating. But you could just as easily use salvaged wood for your stair treads, or to laminate your treads and risers.
  • Fireplace Mantle

An antique timber makes a dramatic and one-of-a-kind fireplace mantle. It can compliment historic brick as well as more modern finishes. No matter where it is, it will be a conversation piece and an impressive design statement.
    Fireplace Mantle

    An antique timber makes a dramatic and one-of-a-kind fireplace mantle. It can compliment historic brick as well as more modern finishes. No matter where it is, it will be a conversation piece and an impressive design statement.
  • Butcher Block Island

Reclaimed wood can be laminated together to make beautiful butcher block. This example, sitting atop a steel pipe frame, makes a rustic kitchen island with a decidedly industrial feel.
    Butcher Block Island

    Reclaimed wood can be laminated together to make beautiful butcher block. This example, sitting atop a steel pipe frame, makes a rustic kitchen island with a decidedly industrial feel.
  • Room Divider

A room divider made of salvaged wood brings instant character and charm to a space. No additional wall decor is necessary when you have the weathered beauty of aged wood grain as your view.
    Room Divider

    A room divider made of salvaged wood brings instant character and charm to a space. No additional wall decor is necessary when you have the weathered beauty of aged wood grain as your view.
  • Coat Rack

Cast iron hooks affixed to the top of a worn picket fence make a simple, homespun coat rack that really pops on a modern white wall.
    Coat Rack

    Cast iron hooks affixed to the top of a worn picket fence make a simple, homespun coat rack that really pops on a modern white wall.

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