Reclaimed wood is almost guaranteed to add that “wow” factor to your space. From claimed barn wood to old-growth pine, here are our 4 ways to implement reclaimed wood into your home.
Reclaimed wood often makes for a durable and beautiful material for hardwood floors. With a variety of different types and finishes available, you’re sure to find something that matches your vision. Reclaimed wood floors can come with some upkeep, however. Check out this blog post where we talk about how you can maintain your floors for years to come.
It can be tempting to buy cheaper furniture from big box stores. While this may seem like a financially sound option, it could end up costing you more in the long run. Cheap furniture doesn’t have the durability to stand the test of time as reclaimed wood furniture does. If you want a piece that won’t just be in your home, but your grandchildren’s home, call Olde Wood Accents.
Beams are a multipurpose addition to a space. If they’re solid wood beams, they can improve the structural integrity of the room, while also adding another layer of rustic appeal. If they’re box beams, they can hide away unsightly wiring or plumbing that would normally stand out against your ceiling. Not to mention that because box beams are lighter, they can be used in more areas where solid beams couldn’t. If you want more details you can check out our FAQ about faux wood beams here.
Wood ceilings can do a lot to the feel of a room, especially when coupled with wood flooring. Not only are wood ceilings aesthetically pleasing, but they also provide functional benefits as well. For one, they are more soundproof than other material options while also being excellent natural insulators.
There are many ways to incorporate reclaimed wood into your property, more than just what we’ve listed here. If you would like to explore your options, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us!