Reclaimed Wood Crafts: Style Your Home Like a Pro!

In an era where sustainability and uniqueness are highly valued, reclaimed wood has taken the world of interior design by storm. The charm of using wood with a rich history and the environmental benefits it offers make it a popular choice among homeowners.

If you’re looking to infuse your home with character and style, consider these wooden marvels – reclaimed wood projects that can elevate your space while making a positive impact on the environment.

It offers an eco-conscious and creative way to style your home with a touch of rustic elegance. By upcycling salvaged wood into beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces, you not only add character to your living spaces but also contribute to sustainability.

I can’t wait to see which of these projects you will make first!

TV Console Table Using Old Windows

A tv console table made of old windows.
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If you are getting new windows, you will want to salvage your old ones and make this gorgeous console table for your TV. It is going to look great in your family room, and it doubles as storage for books and movies.

Find out how to make your own tv console table here.

Pallet Wood Back Splash

Pallet wood back splash.
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If your kitchen could use a little something, then this pallet wood back splash might interest you. You can use free pallets and some simple supplies to create your own. Get the directions to make an eye-catching rustic back splash here.

Rustic Wooden Bathroom Shelves

A gorgeous wooden shelf in a bathroom. From Trash to Terrific: Reclaimed Wood Projects to DIY
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This rustic wooden shelf is going to look amazing in your master bathroom. It has plenty of room to store your accents. Use reclaimed fencing wood for a budget friendly build. Get the instructions to make your own rustic wooden bathroom shelves here.

Reclaimed Potting Bench Using Old Windows

A potting bench made of reclaimed wood and old windows.
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If you are an avid gardener who has been dreaming of their own potting bench, you are going to love this idea that puts scrap items to good use. Learn how to make your own salvaged material potting bench here.

Pipe and Wood Shelves

Rustic industrial shelves in a bathroom.
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Grab some scrap wood and some pipe segments to create this jaw dropping gorgeous shelf. It will look great in any area of the house and add more room to display your decor. Get the directions to make your own pipe and wood shelves here.

Rustic Plank Kitchen Island

A kitchen island with plank wood.
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You can give your kitchen island a whole new look for just about $25! This project puts reclaimed wood to work for a rustic look that everyone will admire. Find out how to upgrade your kitchen island with wood here.

Faux Reclaimed Wood Counter Tops

Wood countertops made to look reclaimed.
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If your kitchen is drab, you will find this idea to be totally fab! It replaces dated counter tops with a faux reclaimed wood look that you are going to love. It is not too complicated to make your own counter tops either. Find out how to make these do it yourself counter tops here.

Reclaimed Wood Back Splash

A back splash made of reclaimed wood.
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This idea starts with reclaimed wood and creates a stunning backsplash that would look great in your kitchen. After you finish this, you will wonder why you didn’t start this sooner! Learn how to make your own reclaimed back splash here.

Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table

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Use reclaimed wood to make a  coffee table that will look amazing in your living or family room. This looks so much like a  gorgeous pottery barn table,but you can make it for a fraction of the price. Learn how to make your own reclaimed wood coffee table here.

 Reclaimed Wood Stool

A wooden stool made of reclaimed wood.
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Need an extra seat or just a place to rest your feet at the end of a long day? This project takes reclaimed wood and turns it into a handy stool. You might want to make a few of these because the project is so easy to finish! Get the instructions to make a reclaimed wood stool here.

Floating Vanity

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Use reclaimed wood to make this floating vanity. Your bathroom is going to look great with this simple addition. Find out how to make your own floating vanity here.

Antique Wood Cutting Boards

Cutting boards that look antique.
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Use reclaimed wood to make these cutting boards that have a gorgeous antique look! These are going to be gorgeous displayed in your home, or you might like to make a few extras to give as gifts. Get the instructions to make antique wooden cutting boards here.

You Might Also Like: Rustic Flag

slat wood flag.
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Add a touch of beauty and love of country to your porch with this rustic flag. It is so easy to make and is going to be the perfect summer decoration for your outdoor space. Learn how to make a rustic flag here.

$25 Rustic Farmhouse Bench

A farmhouse style bench in an entryway.
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Add easy seating to your farmhouse with this bench you can DIY for only $25 . This project is not too complicated so even a beginner can make it, but it looks authentic and cozy. Find the plans to make your own farmhouse bench on a budget here.

Rustic Wall Bins

Wall bins for easy storage.
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You can make these easy wall bins with reclaimed wood. They are great for a workshop, pantry, or even the kids rooms to help them stay organized. Learn how to make your own rustic wall bins here.

How To Build a Window Box Planter in 5 Easy Steps

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Build your own DIY window box planter to add curb appeal and make your home exterior look amazing! This tutorial breaks it down into 5 easy steps to build a custom window planter box for flowers.

DIY Monogram Planter Building Plans

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Follow this step-by-step tutorial and woodworking plans to build this large outdoor DIY monogram planter in the letter of your choice, for a welcoming and personalized front porch decoration.

Fun DIY’s for Kids: Creative Adventures Await!

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We were about to embark on a journey filled with creative adventures as we explore a range of DIY activities that are perfect for kids.

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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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