Why would you want to shop for your home décor when you can DIY reclaimed wood décor in so many different ways? Reclaimed home décor is a fairly recent home décor trend. But people have been reclaiming wood and using those to make up part of their houses since ages. Driftwood, reclaimed wood from woodlands, wood collected from dumpsters or junkyards can be repurposed to create some exquisite and beautiful home décor pieces.
Eco- Friendly Reclaimed Wood Décor for Green Living
The beauty of reclaimed wood décor lies in its versatility. But not only that- the practice of reclaiming and repurposing already harvested and processed wood is ecologically friendly. Wooden furnishing and decorating requirements do not put pressure on already thinning woodlands and forests for lumber. It also keeps so many things out of landfills. You can buy reclaimed wood furnishings crafted by artisans or even try adopting some DIY reclaimed wood projects. Pallet headboards, old door shelves, coffee table with reclaimed old tree stump etc. are only a few examples of all the wonderful things you can make with reclaimed wood.
So Many Ways to Incorporate Reclaimed Wood Décor in Your House
Reclaimed wood décor is all the rage these days. You can deck your home with beautiful wooden items like wall installations, multicolored wall shelves, reclaimed wood organizers etc. Also, don’t forget about your patio or your garden. There’s so much room for incredible reclaimed wood décor items! If you like DIY projects and have kids at home (or not!) you could build a reclaimed wood swing in a shady place in our garden. Your patio would do with some reclaimed wood stools maybe?
Check out this gallery of some truly beautiful work with reclaimed wood by artisans and also some real nice DIY ideas.
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