Salvaged Wood Cabins

Old wood from barns, farmhouses, factories, even snow fence, is potential siding for a new home.

Salvaged wood cabin in Montana built almost entirely of reclaimed wood

Reclaimed wood cabin
in Woodside, California.
Jarmund Vigsnaes Architects.
This house echoes the old barn in the yard which was torn down. The old wooden cladding was used for the new house. The continuous band of windows allows for varied light throughout the day. Toten, Norway.

Salvaged wood cabin in Sullivan County, NY.
Made from reclaimed barn wood.
This home is off-grid with a composting outhouse.
Photos by Dean Kaufman. Via:

Salvaged wood and corrugated tin cabin in Texas.
All the finish materials were reclaimed from turn of the century farmhouses and barns. Barnwood was used on the exterior, along with corrugated tin on the areas most susceptible to damage from the harsh sun. The builder, Reclaimed Space produces prefab cabins made exclusively from reclaimed materials.

Lundberg cabin in Cazadero, Calif.,
Olle Lundberg has assembled a cabin from materials salvaged from houses and offices that Mr. Lundberg’s firm, Lundberg Design, built or remodeled. Read more about the home here:

Sleeping shed. 11’x14′
This 154 square foot shed also serves as guest quarters.
Wood from 100 year old Oregan barns was used for the project.
The reclaimed copper roof was found on Craigslist.
By Megan Lea.

Wheelhaus rolling caboose cabin.
Compact prefab homes that roll.
The ceilings and exterior sides are covered with reclaimed Wyoming snow fence.

House clad in reclaimed snow fence

This shed roof style home is near Ketchum, Idaho.
The vertical, recycled wood siding and rain screen gives it a modern appearance.

Driftwood cabin.
One of the unpermitted beach huts in Barra de Valizas, Uruguay.

Reclaimed wood treehouse by Jean Paul Lespagnard and Ethan Hayes-Chute.Β The structure is built completely from wood, antiques, and other found objects. The tree trunk grows right out of the middle of the roof.

Wood cabin with green roof in LΓ₯ngserud, Sweden.
Submitted by Marcel Huisman.

Salvaged wood cabin with whole tree posts.

Written by Keiren

Keiren is an artist who lives in New York City. A lover of animals, nature, science & green building. Keiren originally founded Inspiration Green in 2007, which merged with Insteading in 2016.

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