Decorating with reclaimed wood has kind of become our thing at CanvasPop over this past year. Not only did we introduce our new reclaimed wood frames, we also added a ton of cool wood accents to our office décor — a wooden feature wall, furniture, wall art and more.
We love the look that the natural material gives to any space. It makes for a very unique, trendy, and rural statement. Here are some great ideas on how you can start decorating with reclaimed wood at home!
RECLAIMED WOOD FRAMES
Put a unique, and rustic twist on your photo to canvas print but adding a reclaimed wood frame. It’s an inexpensive way to get the exact look you’re going for, but packs a big style punch at the same time. The frames go great together when hung on the same wall, yet each frame is still 100% unique with its own characteristics.
RECLAIMED WOOD FURNITURE
Reclaimed wood can turn any type of furniture into a statement piece in your home. The possibilities of what you can find, or create are endless — use reclaimed wood as a headboard, dining table, shelving unit, or even a coffee table. We adore the look! Check out this awesome reclaimed wood furniture that we hand-crafted for the CanvasPop offices.
RECLAIMED WOOD FEATURE WALL
We love this new trend that has emerged, and put a cool twist on traditional wall paint or wallpaper. Instead of reaching for that paintbrush try creating a reclaimed wood accent wall in your home instead. It’s sure to be a conversation piece whenever guests come over. For a great tutorial on how to install a pallet wall, click here.
RECLAIMED WOOD ACCENTS AND ACCESSORIES
Not every introduction of reclaimed wood into your home needs to be a huge project. There are small ways you can decorate with it as well! Try some unique wall accents, art, or even placing some vintage wooden objects around your home.
RECLAIMED WOOD CEILING BEAMS
We absolutely love the look of ceiling beams created with different kinds of wood. There are so many ways to make this look versatile, and really stand out. We dig the look of a neutral colored room that allows the wooden beams to be the focal point.