Reclaimed wood decor gives such an earthy, modern feel to any room. It adds instant depth, texture, and true character – all at the same time!
Whether its on an accent wall or a picture frame, reclaimed wood is becoming more and more popular in adult and childrens’ rooms alike! For good reason, too – you have to check out these gorgeous rooms we’ve featured below!
This crisp and clean whitewashed reclaimed wood decor accent wall is stunning! I love the fresh, beachy feel it gives.
So this one might take some serious talent, but if you’re handy with woodworking tools…why not give it a shot? Be sure to hit “translate” when checking out this post , and go here to find the tutorial.
Easy to make kids reclaimed wall art. So contemporary!
Would you be surprised if I told you this rustic room was straight out of Montana?
(Ya. Me neither.)
Barn doors – ah! How perfect is that?! Now, the real question…where to find them?
I also adore the reclaimed wood decor on the walls for the frames in this fun room for twins!
How is this for totally unique…and talk about frugal, too! This reclaimed wood decor lover made a bed out of pallets! I’m loving it paired with that funky and fun quilt, too!
Woah – now that is good use of reclaimed wood decor! No tutorial provided here, but if you’re spry, creative, and good with woodworking, I bet it could happen!
This nursery with gorgeous vintage touches also happens to boast some pretty awesome reclaimed wood decor, too! Oh, be still my heart – my favorite things!
Isn’t this a gorgeous shared room? Okay – I’ll admit, I cheated a little here: that isn’t technically “reclaimed” wood, but she treated it to make it look that way. Good to know, right?! I love the look, regardless!
A large, natural piece can be so effective in a room…like this DIY sign! What a statement!
Or how about this stunning piece?!
If the littles in your house love adventure, I’m sure they will fall head over heels for these exciting beds made out of pallets!
Who says you need a cabin in the woods to feel like you’re escaping into the woods? Not me! Pick up a bit of old wood, and see what you’re capable of!
If you’re looking for even more reclaimed wood ideas, be sure to check out this post on a Norwegian boys room or, one of our favorites from our popular Linky Parties!
Lucky enough to find some old wood? What are your plans with it? Tell us below in the comments!