20 Ways to Decorate With Barnwood

Barnwood touches can add warmth to any room, giving it the look and feel of a cozy cottage.

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Antiqued barnwood covers the small bar top, giving this updated kitchen a perfectly farmhouse feel.

Reclaimed wood can warm any space. This barnwood bookcase is filled with storage crates and well-placed decorative items, making it a pretty and practical piece.

This American flag folk art was pieced together using repurposed barnwood. The natural weathering and texture is brought to life by the painted finish.

A gorgeously crafted barnwood panel, showcasing a chevron pattern, serves as a sliding door to open up or close off the surrounding space.

A custom range hood cover, fashioned from barnwood sourced on a Tennessee farm, adds texture to this sleek, all-white kitchen.

Weathered barnwood boards were upcycled to create a unique hanging rack, providing additional storage for the space it's housed in.

Natural gray stone surrounds a stately wooden mantel, creating an inviting atmosphere and forming a visual delineation between the main living area and the adjacacent room.

This quaint bedroom features two twin beds positioned against a wood panel accent wall. The pops of color in the decor play well with the differing hues of the barnwood, creating a well-balanced space.

Repurposed wood planks bring life to an otherwise blank space. Books and minimal decor fill the shelves, adding some much needed warmth to the room.

Farmhouse-style, barnwood cabinets contrast beautifully with the otherwise industrial space, creating an overall stunning kitchen that boasts the best of both styles.

White resin deer heads are enclosed in barnwood frames as a unique decorative touch. This simple detail completes the cozy guest room.

This mantel and fireplace were designed and constructed completely from barnwood, adding an element of warmth and drama, while maintaining the rustic feel of the room.

An all-white dining room features a commanding barnwood table. White faux fur covers wood chairs along the dining table, while modern wall art adds a touch of color to the space.

The exterior wall of this home office is clad in reclaimed wood that was discovered in a barn in Atlanta. The varied colors and textures of the barnwood give the wall an even more unique look.

A paneled ceiling, crafted from barnwood, creates a focal point in the otherwise netural space. With cream-colored walls and rustic finishes, the bathroom feels clean and inviting.

This kitchen's gorgeous wood-covered island brings instant character to the space. Metal bar stools add industrial flair, and chic open shelving completes the eclectic look.

Custom storage baskets, fashioned out of reclaimed wood, decorate the shiplap-covered wall, showcasing fresh produce and other pantry items.

Matching barnwood coffee tables take center stage in this living room. These pieces add just the right amount of rustic to this simple space.

A quaint headboard, crafted from barnwood, is paired with an elegant chandelier to create a romantic atmosphere in this soft pink bedroom.

Placed on the diagonal, the reclaimed barnwood adds warmth to the feature wall in this kitchen. Cow artwork provides a cheeky nod to the wood's origin, while modern pendant lights and limestone countertops keep the space from feeling overly rustic.

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