In Search Of — Reclaimed Wood Home Decor

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Welcome to the daily series In Search Of, where we look high and low on Krrb for one-of-a-kind items that we must have now! Today it’s all about reclaimed wood and we’ve got tons of furniture made from it.

Not only is reclaimed wood a better option for the environment than cranked-out factory furniture, its character and personality come through in each piece. Artisans and furniture makers can make beautiful wares from recycled wood taken from barns, sheds and even pallet wood. Here are a few of our favorite pieces .

Vintage Sign Table in Brooklyn, New York

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Photo: Krrb.com/adaptations?auto=format

A funky cool statement piece made from an old hotel sign.

Find it on Adaptations’ Corner. $425.

Mid-Century Cherry Coffee Table in Weehawken, New Jersey

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Photo: Krrb.com/circa60?auto=format

It’s rare to find a piece without veneers. This cherry table is exquisite.

Find it on circa60?auto=format′s Corner. $595.

Cedarwood Shelves and Mirror in Los Angeles, California

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Photo: Krrb.com/BigRed?auto=format

A handmade cedar wood set fits perfectly in the bathroom or bedroom.

Find it on Big Red’s Corner. $45.

Industrial Desk and Bench Set in West Town, Illinois

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Photo: Krrb.com/urbanwoodfurnishings?auto=format

This set was made for the work-from-home type who wants to be surrounded by natural beauty. Isn’t that what we all want?

Find it on UrbanWoodFurnishing’s Corner. $780.

Bench in

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Photo: Krrb.com/mrschicago?auto=format

“We lovingly sanded and oiled the wood to feature it’s natural wood finish – no stain used,” the seller says.

Find them on mrschicago?auto=format’s Corner. $500.

 
  • Anglewood Penworks

    I use reclaimed wood to make pens.

  • Chris Robinson

    all these pieces are beautiful.

  • irish

    the idea is funky, classic and very chic. Having wood works around the house will always be a plus