8 Great Applications for Reclaimed Wood in Your Gainesville Home02/04/2016Eric Ramsey Gainesville residents love making use of reclaimed wood in its rough-hewn natural state. It’s a fashionable way of upgrading weathered wood and, at the same time expressing your one-of-a-kind style. Reclaimed wood products capture the eye whether you use it on a wall, your cabinets, or – imagine it! – your windows. Want to know the best way to employ reclaimed wood? We‘ve got 8 incredible ideas for you – every one of them applied to gorgeous effect in Gainesville homes. 1. Reclaimed Wood and Windows Believe it! This is a first: reclaimed wood – that décor option you’ve long wished you could incorporate in your home – is now, finally, available to you as a beautiful window treatment. Sunburst Shutters now offers a plantation shutter crafted from certified reclaimed wood. We worked in partnership with Stikwood, an FSC-certified company, to provide reclaimed wood of the finest quality from which to construct these shutters. As you’ll surely discover, Sunburst is the lone company offering you reclaimed wood shutters in the Gainesville area. We searched high and low for the reclaimed wood you want and used it to create a louvered shutter that’s not only beautiful but functional. Reclaimed wood can become the makings for a window treatment that’s wholly original. It helps, of course, when your reclaimed wood shutters are artistic accomplishments in their own right. And Sunburst sees to it they are. You’ll soon realize there’s just as much to like about their operation as there is to like about their look. Tilt the louvers open to let more light in. And tilt them closed to more fully appreciate the weathered look of reclaimed wood on your window. If we’ve heightened your interest, you’ll want to look deeper into reclaimed wood for windows in Gainesville 2. Reclaimed Wood and Walls Nothing brings the outside inside as invitingly as a reclaimed wood wall. Reclaimed wood paneling adds subtle drama to a wall and adds a homey ambiance to the room. No matter if you have a fireplace, artwork, TV, or bookcase to dramatize, a reclaimed wood wall will look fantastic behind it and produce the very effect you you desire. 3. Redo Your Floors in Reclaimed Wood Want to redo a floor in your house? All kinds of wood flooring can lend warmth to a room, but flooring of reclaimed wood has an unparalleled beauty reflective of the time – often decades – the wood has spent in its natural outdoor environment. Regardless of whether you’re partial to being outside in nature or merely one who likes the look of weathered wood, you’ll go into your happy dance for sure when you see what a reclaimed wood floor can do to make your home feel new again. 4. Reclaimed Wood and Cabinets Now’s the time to give your kitchen cabinets a makeover with reclaimed wood. It’s the natural way to revive your entire kitchen. Every panel of reclaimed wood tells an amazing tale – of considerable time [[spent in an old building, for instance, or as part of a barn or fence. And a piece of that tale will linger on in your reclaimed wood cabinets, called forth every time you and others admire them. 5. Reclaimed Wood for Tables Tabletops partially or completely made of reclaimed wood can impart a trendy, totally novel touch to your dining room or home office. Match its wood tones with your décor scheme to create a pleasing, well-orchestrated look that satisfies you – at the same time it “wows” your guests! 6. Using Reclaimed Wood for Bookcases No matter what other things we might find attractive about them, books make great decorative pieces. Leather, vinyl, buckram, or paperbound books and those with colorful dust jackets look great on a coffee or end table, on a bookshelf, or in a large bookcase. Their agreeable variety is both accentuated and harmonized in bookcases of natural wood, too. And bookcases of reclaimed wood, given their natural colors, knots, holes, scratches, and other traits, prove to be a decidedly distinctive, one-of-a-kind décor item. 7. Pics “Pop” in Frames of Reclaimed Wood The plain, natural look of reclaimed wood is ideal for picture frames. It’s just what’s needed to show off your favorite artwork and most cherished photos in a decidedly eye-catching manner. Note also that frames of reclaimed wood can be constructed in a multitude of styles, thus they’ll complement just about any interior design. 8. Reclaimed Wood and Headboards Nothing can reinvigorate the appearance of a bedroom like a intelligently designed and constructed headboard. These days, when renovating, people are just as likely to fix a headboard to the wall behind their bed as they are to fasten one directly to the bed itself. However you prefer it, a headboard created using reclaimed wood planking can be quite stunning. It’s natural tones and imperfections make it work for a multiplicity of styles, from antique to modern. With reclaimed wood, your artistic talent can truly take off, letting you realize the headboard of your dreams! Get Reclaimed Wood Inspiration Our goal was to inspire you with these 8 ideas for using reclaimed wood. That said, we have so many other ideas to share – ideas that marvellously underscore the beauty of the reclaimed wood shutters we alone offer in Gainesville. Our professionals will happily show you samples of our shutters, answer your questions, and help you explore many other design ideas. Contact us at 813-602-5966 to schedule your free in-home design consultation at your first opportunity!