The accent wall in this dining space is composed of reclaimed wood from a local barn from the 1920s. The wall ties the dining room into the rest of the home where barn wood can be seen as shelving. A cool light fixture above the dining table gives the room an eclectic edge.
Red hurricane lanterns nod to the city's rich coal mining history, which inspired the theme of this restaurant. An intricate barn wood accent wall utilizes old materials in a fresh, new way for a mesmerizing, textural design element. Red Tolix chairs stand out in the neutral-toned space.
Wondering how to keep an all-white kitchen from looking bland and boring? Simple: Just layer in plenty of natural texture. In this cottage-style space, for example, Jeremy Power of Bella Custom Homes used the center island to add warmth and interest. “We built the island using reclaimed barn wood and topped it with a honed Carrara marble countertop,” he says. The “X” details on each end are a subtle nod to the home’s country roots.
Salvage and save money by using reclaimed wood for a barn door. Go big with the doors and embellish the area with a metal star, which can be found on the cheap at antique shops and junk shops. The weathered tones of the wood match with this star in this space designed by Cloth & Kind, and created by Athens Building Co.
This kitchen was designed to be open to the nearby great room and dining space because of its lack of natural sunlight. The openness of the kitchen helps balance the kitchen's dark industrial color palette.
This large great room is the perfect place to entertain or just hang with the family. Fun details include wrapping the entryways with a reclaimed barn wood. The art niches are highlighted with brass sconces and a large barn wood beam runs the length of the room.
Separating the kitchen and living room spaces, a small bar adds casual seating and provides a place to house the stove. Covering this bar is antique barn wood that has been repurposed to create a rustic, farmhouse look in this updated kitchen. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens.
This kitchen is bright and classic. The black fixtures and honed black granite counter surround give a wonderful contrast to the white cabinets and subway tile backsplash. The eat in breakfast nook is large enough to seat 6-8 and has a ton of natural light.
In this kitchen, elegant simplicity is the name of the game. Old appliances were removed to add new, commercial grade appliances to accommodate the young family. Easy to clean Caesarstone countertops were added to the cabinets, and color was added to the neutral, elegant space by adding colorful kitchen ware. Then, designers added a custom range hood cover made from reclaimed barn wood from a local Tennessee farm, adding texture to the space.
Reclaimed barn wood placed on the diagonal adds rustic warmth on the feature wall in this cozy kitchen. Cow artwork provides a cheeky nod to the wood's origin, while modern pendant lights and limestone countertops keep the space from feeling overly rustic.
Tall ceilings allow the attention to detail to shine in this fully wooden foyer. Doors, including a sliding barn door, catch the eye with a slightly darker wood. A wrought-iron chandelier with candle lighting brings a beautiful cabin feel to the room.
Although slightly unconventional, this sliding barn door in reclaimed wood is a fun and offbeat means of introducing a new bathroom renovation brought to you by Pure Design Interiors! The door makes a strong statement in its hardware, dark color and rolling closure, yet radiates a whimsical charm nonetheless.