Having reclaimed wood furniture in the home, in the kitchen and dining space like wooden buffets, tables and chairs in the home allows a homeowner to have pieces with rich history and personality that could be traced down, adding to the charm and mystery of the furnishings. Some of the reclaimed wood buffets feature beautiful rope-edge carving on top with detailed hand carving on the sideboard frame. Moreover, they also feature wrought iron metal pulls on all doors. There are also wooden tables that are beautifully crafted by hand with an original rustic neutral colored top.
The beautiful recycled table should be matched with reclaimed wooden chairs to set the look and feel of the home. Nevertheless, before filling up a home with reclaimed lumber, one should ensure of getting only a quality product. While reused timber could be visually appealing, it makes no sense to if it turns out to be useless. Before buying old timber, assess it to make sure there is still enough useable material left. Although most reclaimed pieces have splits or cracks, make certain they are small enough to use as is or filled with epoxy so as not the ruin the look of the finished product of weaken the integrity of the structure.
Reclaimed wood furniture pieces for the home, like tables, chairs and wooden buffets are popular for a lot of reasons. The unique look of the timber, the complimentary contribution to green building and the history and its physical attributes like stability, strength and durability make it very appealing indeed. The increased strength is usually attributed to the lack of air pollution in the old days as well as the lumber being often harvested from virgin forests, which had hundreds of years to grow before they were cut down. Some of the very abundant supplies include poplar, pine, red and white oak as well as other American hardwoods that were commonly used in mills, factories, barns and warehouses.