When we talk about reclaimed wood, it could either mean that the wood was rescued from its undesirable state or was restored to a previous natural state. I know of a group here in the Philippines that use reclaimed wood to encourage teenagers to create art works that they display in their organization office. The wood that they use are drift woods that they were able to pick up during beach clean ups. This organization is basically doing a small thing for greater causes - in terms of design - furniture or in home design, designers or clients help each other in making sure that in using reclaimed wood, they are able to save cost, save the search for building materials and save Mother Earth. The method of using reclaimed wood is not only budget-friendly but eco-friendly too. Check out the pictures below with few of the best reclaimed wood projects.
This home sure looks something I saw from the TV series, Grimm. A cabin in the middle of the woods where the Big Bad Wolf lives. Haha! The antler chandelier in this wonderfully designed space is just pretty and cool. White antler chandeliers are not really common as a personal choice for rustic homes because most often than not, the home owners and the designers prefer the neutral-colored ones because it usually is the main color palette in those particular space designs. In this case though, we see how much it looks well with the white shabby table and black sills.
In this dining room picture, we see a circular glass chandelier that surely contrasts with the shape of the room and the table but sure stands out! The brightness and glam of this home is seen in the minimalistic design used by the designer. This is the first colorful ball of fire inspired glass chandelier I have seen that deserves ultimately to be in this list. From its color and design, you know that this one is special and one of a kind. Seeing the many works of art in this space, you can truly say that the owner or owners of this home is in fact artsy and cool. This dining room sure is interesting - with its use of old wood which is repurposed like the material on the window and the not-so-perfect wooden post plus vintage-looking picture frames on the background; I think everyone would be able to see how just by noticing the colorful glass chandelier. What do you think about it?
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