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Heritage Restorations, Greenwich Barn.... Sun room heaven

With its handsome graining, realistic knotholes, and worn saw marks, Dockside is a reclaimed and restored wood visual.  Dockside is available in a larger 6" x 48" inch plank and makes a bold statement in design, color, and character.

12 Gorgeous Restored, Refinished and Reclaimed Floors | Design*Sponge


Life Tips of The Week #41

This is a REALLY unique idea. Using a section of an old kitchen chair, repurpose, paint, stains, etc and hang on a bathroom wall for a very unique shelf

how to clean reclaimed wood + ideas for use (good for pallets)

from HGTV

Fixer Upper: Tackling 'The Beast'

The front door height was raised to eight feet for a more dramatic entrance. Clint Harp handmade the beautiful new door using reclaimed wood.

from The Idea Room

Repurposed Bookshelf Ideas

These Repurposed Bookshelf Ideas may have you think twice before throwing it out or donating it. What will you be creating?

Neutral Dining Room. Neutral Dining room. Neutral Dining room with reclaimed wood table, white chairs and white beaded chandeliers. #neutraldiningroom #diningroom #neutralinteriors jshomedesign

from This Old House

Best Old House Neighborhoods 2012: Editors' Picks

Old Highland, Minneapolis, Minnesota The Houses Most are 2,500- to 3,000-square-foot Queen Annes, Prairie-styles, and Craftsmans constructed from the late 1800s to early 1900s. While prices for restored houses were reaching the $300,000 range during the housing boom, you can now get one for as little as $150,000, while fixer-uppers can be had for as little as $40,000.