This article details the difference between reclaimed (also called antique) and sustainable wood, the pros and cons of each of these two types of materials for commercial projects, and for which types of projects each material should be used.
Real, natural hardwood has a warmth, depth, charm and character that is impossible to duplicate in other materials. Barn wood siding can be used on nearly any surface inside or outside of a building and can be shaped and molded in a plethora of ways.
Wall paneling is an easy, yet sophisticated way to add interest and dimension to a space. Taking it a step further and using reclaimed wood wall paneling is a surefire way to make your modern commercial space stand out.
Reclaimed wood, or wood that has been reclaimed for reuse, started off as an aesthetically pleasing design trend. But it has quickly gained momentum as a sustainable building material, sweeping the commercial building industry by storm.
Cherry wood is one of the most popular and frequently sought out wood species for use in the home. Whether it’s left natural or given a stain, cherry has a rich, warm color that instantly enhances everywhere that it’s installed.
There’s nothing like the look of real hardwood flooring. No matter what style, color, or species of wood you choose, it’s sure to have a positive impact on your interior design. For a lot of people, one of the best and most versatile choices...