Many of us have seen accent walls or tables made from reclaimed barn wood, but did you know that there are a ton of ways you can use your Vintage Harvest reclaimed wood? In this blog, we will use:
Imagine yourself sitting on an Adirondack chair, relaxing on a summer evening, watching the sunset. It’s a pretty appealing picture, right? Adirondack chairs can be an awesome application of vintage barn wood. The shape and structure of the chairs lend itself well to vintage barn wood and the durability of barn wood can stand up to the elements when properly treated.
Whether it’s a sign, a coat rack, a mantel, or shelves for storage, the applications for barn wood run the gamut. Try mounting unique wall hangers on your barn wood and turning it into a fun coat rack. Or store some of your treasures and decor pieces for a great way to combine old and new.
We spend one-third of our lives sleeping, so it makes sense that you want your bed to be comfortable, visually appealing, and truly one-of-a-kind. Try DIY-ing a reclaimed wood headboard for a bed that is a true showpiece. You could run the wood horizontally or in a herringbone pattern for a more custom look.
Ceilings and Beams
Let’s face it, ceilings can be pretty boring. Try spicing it up by paneling the ceiling with barn wood, or wrap wood beams in our reclaimed wood. This draws the eye up, making your ceilings look taller, rooms look larger, and adding warmth and history to any room.
Barnwood doors are incredibly popular, and a great way to save space in tight quarters. Whether your style is modern or rustic, vintage or traditional, there is a barn wood door style that matches your personality.
Would you try any of these projects yourself? If you do, tag us in your pictures with #DIYVintageHarvest.