Those reclaimed wood floors extend into the great room, giving the home a natural sense of flow. Here, a brown leather sofa, a tufted ottoman and a modern fireplace with a marble surround help create a stylish yet comfortable spot for entertaining.
Reclaimed wood flooring gives this historic townhouse's contemporary sitting room character and texture. The white sitting area features fun accents of color thanks to a vivid blue chair and complementary artwork.
White, bright and airy: This coastal-style kitchen is a cook's dream! From the understated range hood to the reclaimed wood floors to the beautiful, herringbone-patterned marble backsplash, there's so much to love. Lofty ceilings add to the sense of space in the room.
Here's a bright and airy bedroom that captures the essence of the islands. High ceilings, reclaimed wood floors and the cozy fireplace create a space that's cozy and inspiring; perfect to snuggle up at the end of a nice day on the beach.
As seen on Good Bones, Karen and Mina wanted to continue the elegant, industrial style into this bathroom, so they carried the reclaimed wood floor into this space. Brown accents keep the space neutral, while continuing to complement the design of the space. In the shower area, designers used subway tile arranged in a chevron pattern to add depth to the space and brighten this neutral space.
The minimalist design of this living room is highlighted by its use of open floor space, with a wall of bookshelves elevated by steel pipes. Reclaimed wood flooring connects with the wood ceiling and gives a nod to the home's sustainable design. The homeowner, a professor of environmental studies, requested a home that runs on solar power, recycles gray water and captures rain water in cisterns. All interior doors are built from recycled flooring.
Sleek silver fixtures and neutral reclaimed wood cabinets coexist peacefully in this rustic industrial kitchen. Where the metal vent hood, exposed brick, and three pendant lights suggest hard functionality, the reclaimed wood cabinetry, flooring, and island soften the space and create an elegant balance.
Waste not, want not: Instead of heading to the lumber yard, more and more furniture designers are looking to the past for their materials. This Reclaimed Wood Kitchen Island, $475, from Herb’s Furnishings is one great example. Handcrafted of 100% reclaimed wood from Baltimore, Md., the island’s frame is crafted from old beams, and its shelves are reclaimed pine paneling. The butcher's block top is made of reclaimed hardwood flooring, which is sealed with food-safe mineral oil and beeswax. The island sits on leveling stems to ensure a flat cutting surface, and it includes a steel bar with S hooks for hanging pots and other utensils.