Fallen trees, old barns, and even retired ships—they all provide echoes of the past, look beautiful with age, and offer truly distinct character that can’t be replicated. Artisans will travel for days to claim their remnants, creating masterpieces rich in color with natural, weathered beauty. Bringing reclaimed wood into your home not only supports a sustainable culture, it provides a central talking point when you entertain family and friends.
From custom tables to one-of-a-kind art, reclaimed wood—with all of its unique imperfections—breathes new life into this living room. See the individual pieces that Owner and Interior Designer, Katherine Snedeker, used to create this unmatched, finished design.
Unique and Eclectic
This reclaimed piece combines textures, materials, and bold shapes for a modern look and becomes the focal point of great conversation over a good cup of joe.
Patterns, Materials, and Textures—Oh, My
Lounging on this modern, rustic-accented sofa while conversing with friends is easy. The tough part is getting up to go.
Bison Walnut Chair
This tufted chair complements the flow of the entire space. Grab your latest read and fall into rich leather comfort.
Reclaimed Wood Art
Who knew an old tree stump could be construed as art? We did… and they add an entirely new level of distinction and “heart” to this room. We could all use a little more sustainable heart.
Let There Be Light
Adding a touch of modern texture with this unique, natural-colored lamp rounds out the room and accentuates it perfectly.
No matter how you slice it, reclaimed wood is as unique as a fingerprint and gives heart to your space.