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Lately, we’ve been seeing planks and bits of salvaged wood being used in bold geometric patterns to enclose bathtubs, and kitchen islands, make headboards and floors… Pieced together like a puzzle, with a good eye, “rustic” changes curiously to modern.

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…this floor is by Piet Hein Eek who had also makes chairs, tables, cabinets out of scrapwood

Googling “salvaged wood” will take you into a world of possibilities – including rare, really wide antique boards. We also love this site that lists salvage places across the country.

via Emma’s Design Blog, Crib Candy

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3 replies on “salvaged-wood bathtub, headboard, island, floor…

  1. Loving the Components of this article: Cleverness, Creativity and the Cycling-up scrap wood, a precious Commodity!!

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