Reclaimed wood walls give your interiors a timeless look—and save the Earth the trouble of growing new trees for you to cut down.
Reclaimed wood paneled bedroom
at Blackberry farm, Tennessee.
Reclaimed wood ceiling in California.
Salvaged wood divider.
Clark Sanders in Upstate NY specializes in natural building and straw bale. www.clarksandersdesignbuild.com
Salvaged wood wainscott applied horizontally.
Reclaimed wood wall via madeinpersbo.blogspot.ca
One wall of horizontal reclaimed wood paneling. Surrounded by white. Ceiling is painted wood.
Reclaimed wood lines the walls and ceiling in this kitchen in Tennessee.
Toad Hall, interior design by Suzanne Hasler. architecturaldigest.com
Old barn wood and log bedroom.
Salvaged wood walls and bedframe, Texas.
Big chunks of cut wood create an interesting ceiling molding.
Barn siding of varying colors…from 3 different Michigan barns.
Salvaged wood wall.
Everitt & Schilling dismantle old barns and cut the wood into tiles that can then be used to cover walls or ceilings. See at: The Eco Floor Store, Surrey, B.C Canada.
Reclaimed Timber Tiles on a ceiling.
Simply sliced reclaimed wood, glued into place.
To purchase: reclaimeddesignworks.com
Another source for reclaimed endgrain wood tiles: levannarl.com
Salvaged wood can really be useful and a resourceful way for interior design it just needs to be cleaned and smoothed properly.