Reclaimed Pine Kitchen Countertop
While thinking of rustic and reclaimed wood countertops, chestnut, antique oak, rustic pine and heart pine come to mind. These woods have a timeless appeal that gives your kitchen a radiant old-world feel. While preparing rustic wood countertops, stain and glaze can be added to emphasize the look of the wood.
Reclaimed wood is wood that finds a second life as your new kitchen countertops (or a variety of other uses) after being reclaimed from a barn, factory, warehouse or other old structure.
DIY live-edge and reclaimed wood countertops are a budget-friendly and stunning option for a farmhouse kitchen, cottage kitchen, or modern kitchen with rustic details. In this post see some beautiful examples and learn how to make them!
barnwood kitchen - dining tables Built from the best reclaimed wood I can find, these tables are typically made from wide floorboards from houses and barns in the central Maine area.. They can feature 200 year old scribe marks from the sawyer, pitchfork dents, bowtie keys, and breadboard ends.
Reclaimed wood with all it's character is a great choice for table tops as well as kitchen counters. This over-sized table of 3 inch thick reclaimed heart pine is a great example. An old freight car floor is transformed into an exquisite island top by Joanna Gaines of the HGTV series Fixer Upper.
How to Make a DIY Countertop. Wood countertops can add a classic finish to any type of kitchen décor. However, you do not need to invest a large amount of money to create a beautiful look; you can visit a hardware store and make it