Farmhouse Friday #15 – Salvaged Wood Projects

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Here’s a beautiful Barn Wood Ceiling at Heathered Nest.

salvaged barn wood ceiling

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  1. I am so inspired after seeing all of these projects! Thank you for sharing them everyone.

    Dianne

  2. Christina says:

    Oooo… Angie, inspiration to finish my pallet wood clock which has been languishing in the garage for a month. Thank you!!!

  3. Thank you so much for including our mirror with these AMAZING projects. Salvaged wood is our love language 🙂

  4. Oh Angie

    I couldn’t open the link in my email to this blog post, quick enough.
    So inspired. I may just be spending my Sunday doing a little DIY.

    Thank you for another awesome post.
    <3
    Pia

  5. Thanks so much for sharing my barn wood shelves and my coat rack with all of the other inspiring salvage wood projects Angie. Great post!

  6. Like you, Angie, most of what I make is from salvaged wood. I just posted one oldie because there are so many! Love old barn board and old pallet wood and all your creations!

  7. Thank you so, so much for including my pallet clock with all of these amazing projects, Angie! You made my day!

  8. Marlene Stephenson says:

    Some great things to do ,some i never would have thought about without you creative ladies. Thanks so much ,

  9. Wow, what great projects! Thank you SO much for including my Barn Wood House Number!!

  10. Angie, what amazing projects you pulled together. I spent a lot of time looking at these! So inspired!! Thanks for including us 🙂

  11. So much inspiration, so little time!!! Thank you so much for sharing. These are all such amazing and wonderful ideas! 😉

  12. Awesome round-up of beautiful projects. Thanks so much for including my barn wood bed!

  13. These are gorgeous. I grew up in a rural neighborhood, so drinking juice out of mason jars and reusing barn wood frames was a part of life. It’s great to see that interior design has breathed new life into that particular, traditional American style. Looking forward to seeing how long this kind of decor sticks around. Thanks for sharing!

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