Reclaimed wood has become increasingly popular. We’ll take a closer look at the sources of reclaimed wood, its benefits, and its most common uses.
While many wood preservation techniques were abandoned as new processes were developed, the 18th century Japanese shou sugi ban wood burning technique has seen a resurgence.
Because it’s upcycled from old structures (like churches, barns, and warehouses), reclaimed wood offers numerous environmental benefits, which we’ll discuss.
In this post, we answer questions like what exactly is whitewash, how is it used, and what does it have to do with farmhouses?
Cleaning reclaimed wood is different from cleaning traditional modern wood. So, we put together some tips for cleaning and maintaining furniture that’s made from reclaimed wood.
With the rise in popularity of reclaimed wood, there are many imitations that use new hardwood to replicate the reclaimed wood look. We’ll share with you how to spot authentic reclaimed wood.
What are floating shelves, and what are their benefits? In this article, we’ll answer the most common questions about floating shelves so that you can decide whether they’re right for your home.
Finding the right gift can be challenging when you’re shopping for someone who loves interior design. Fortunately, we’ve put together a list of our top interior design gift ideas to make gift shopping easier!