Sometimes I stay late and decorate bc construction is still happening and that's just part of it... I'm ok with it tonight bc I really love staring at this reclaimed #shiplap fireplace. I always get sad knowing this will be the last time in a project- we really love the homes we work on and even though it's business I take these homes personal. I love my job and our clients!! #fixerupper #reveal #seasonthreeiscoming @hgtv
Step 7 - For the edges, angle the ends of the wood so they fit together and come to an edge like this photo. For the sides of the frame, nail pieces of reclaimed wood directly to the 2 x 4s. To make a removable "door" on one side of the frame to access your cable box, simply nail two or three pieces of reclaimed wood together using two crossbars of wood. Secure this to the side of the frame using a latch of your choosing. When you are ready to access the cable box, simply undo the latch and…
Reclaimed Wood - BEAUTIFUL We love the look of weathered wood, especially if it has a history. Flooring designer Ebony and Co has a line of unmilled barnwood that's been recovered from 150-year-old American barns scheduled for demolition, and these photos give just a glimpse into the wood's reuse potential.
The space, now merged with the main living room, now has an updated fireplace with a surround clad in reclaimed wood and concrete hearth. New concrete had to be poured in this space to bring all floors of the living space to a uniform level.