We received wood from ReclaimedLumberProducts.com to facilitate our project & review. We were not compensated monetarily for this post. All opinions are honest and are our own.
Last week I posted about our bathroom makeover with the gorgeous reclaimed wood feature wall. And we already have another wood wall on the other side of our house near the master bathroom. We just love the texture, tones, and depth reclaimed wood provides. When we decided to do the bathroom wall, we thought it’d be great to add some character to our kitchen bar by cladding it with wood from ReclaimedLumberProducts.com as well.
We laid out the wood on the floor in front of the wall, making sure no seams lined up (our lab Sally was our moral support). Brian cut the pieces as needed before we got started installing so we could keep the process streamlined.
We love the wood from ReclaimedLumberProducts.com. The back is planed so it’s nice and flat, perfect for installation.
We used the same quick-grab adhesive, making the installation super easy!
E made sure Brian was doing it correctly.
In a few places where the wood bowed out just a bit Brian added finishing nails to help hold the wood in place while the adhesive fully set up. You can’t even see them unless you’re looking for them!
Doesn’t it look great? It made a huge difference in the feel of our house since it’s in such an open part of the house. The rustic wood and modern bar stools make for a nice pairing, with the white really popping against the wood. We love it!