I am going to be featuring a number of reclaimed wood projects by Shanty-2-Chic. Ashley and Whitney do beautiful work and also do a great job documenting their projects so you can follow along. This reclaimed wood nightstand has a simple, charming design and would fit in great with any décor you have in your home!
Here is another gorgeous project from Shanty-2-Chic. If your bed could use a new headboard, this is a wonderful way to introduce a touch of country living into your home. I love how they chose to use different types of wood! The different colors and patterns really grab the eye and draw attention to the headboard. It’s absolutely beautiful, and guess what—there are free plans; just check the link!
Here is a brilliant idea for building reclaimed wood bookcases. Not only does the wood make a wonderful contrast with the wall, but notice how these bookcases are recessed into the wall to save space. This is a great design since it keeps the room nice and open.
If you enjoyed the project for the reclaimed wood headboard, you will also love this project for creating crates for a storage bed. Not only is this a great way to utilize space, but it also gives you a creative way to upcycle old wood. And it has a wonderful rustic appeal!
There is nothing lovelier than a full-length mirror. This tutorial will teach you how you can convert your run-of-the-mill full-length mirror into something even more phenomenal using a frame made out of salvaged wood. There is a full list of supplies and instructions if you click on the source link.
This amazing bed was made out of wood reclaimed from an old barn! It looks absolutely amazing, and the best part is, if you follow the source link, you will find the complete plans to build this twin bed in your own home!
Here is a unique and unusual design for a reclaimed wood bed. The frame is a raised platform on top of industrial steel legs. I have never seen a design anything like this before, but I actually think the “shelf” it provides under the mattress would be very useful.
Need something eye-catching to hang your coats on when you step in out of the cold? This simple rustic coat rack is made out of reclaimed barn wood. While this is an Etsy creation and there is no tutorial, you can take a pretty good guess looking at it as to how you could make a similar item yourself.
Now here is a design for your mudroom that will really grab attention! This bench by Hammer Design Inc. includes a set of drawers with chevron patterns underneath a comfortable bench with a chevron-pattern backboard. There are hooks for bags, coats, and scarves. Everything about this design looks amazing, especially the high contrast between the dark wood and the white used for the rest of the bench and the room.
This beautiful bar table is available on Etsy. It is a finished product, so there are no instructions for building it, but it appears to feature a fairly simple and straightforward design. I love the clean, polished look—but also how the artisan decided to keep the wavy shape of the original wood. This makes it the perfect meld of rustic and modern designs.
There are no instructions for creating this beautiful shelf unfortunately, but it is absolutely amazing! The highlight is of course the really cool vintage stamp on the top. That’s the focus of the blog entry; follow the source link to learn more—and check out the creator’s stencil shop!
These dining chairs for sale on Etsy immediately grabbed my eye with their simple modern design. The materials are all reclaimed wood and steel. Both rustic and contemporary in their appeal, they would go great with the Reclaimed Wood Bar Table I shared earlier.
Everything about this serving tray is awesome. The texture of the reclaimed wood is gorgeous all on its own, and the finish is quite lovely too. I also like the convenient leather straps for carrying, which really adds to the functionality. It looks very sturdy.
I love the tray above, but if you want something which is even more rustic, here is something with a completely different look to it. The wood here is unfinished and has a rough texture. It looks like it was just cut from the tree. Very cool!
Here is a beautiful rustic table available on Etsy. All the materials used have been upcycled, including reclaimed wood and steel from rail road tracks. It has a convenient bottom shelf which you can use to store coffee table books and other items. This looks like a wonderful table to purchase or recreate on your own!
Okay, so this isn’t strictly a project for repurposed wood—the cubby itself is vintage, and has been repurposed by its purchaser told hold various decorative objects. But this would definitely be a perfect idea for a reclaimed wood project!
I hate having to lean all the way across to the coffee table to grab my drink while I am watching TV. Well, you can really kick back with this wood couch arm shelf! It fits right over the arm of your couch and you can have your drink right there. Even though the product is out of stock, it looks like something that would be easy to make yourself.
This Etsy item might be tough to reproduce if you have no experience with leatherworking, but I love how different it is from the other reclaimed wood projects that I have discovered. It looks very comfortable, and it would fit nicely with any décor.
There are a number of projects in this list featured from Beyond the Picket Fence. One of my very favorites is this pallet bench. I absolutely love what she has done with painting the wood. It really makes the design stand out!
Here is one of my absolute favorites from this entire list. These tables are designed by Pacific Northwest artist Greg Klassen. He makes all of them out of reclaimed wood. Through the center of each runs a “river” made out of glass. As you can see, the natural wavy contours of the wood mimics the weathered banks of the river. If you check out his website (which I highly recommend), you can see many gorgeous examples.
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