Built on the past, craft for the future.

October 13, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

We all have that one pinterest board filled with barn and pallet wood DIY projects.  Why?  I'll tell you.  

There is rich character and charm in reclaimed wood.  It's undeniable.  Chip and Joanna Gaines are not the only ones that love and admire restoration and salvaged materials when renovating a home.  

This 5526 square foot home is the epitome of southern luxury.  The home was renovated with century old bricks and reclaimed wood that was used for the exposed beams in the kitchen and den.  The kitchen is accented with reclaimed bricks that compliment the gorgous cabinetry and quartz countertop island.  

The front porch boarded ceiling draw the eyes up and the molding around the porch is impressive. 

The bright white painted shiplap ceiling adds insulation as well as texture to this precious little girl bedroom. 

Lastly, the addition of the saline pool with the carriage house to the side.  This home is rejuvination; built on the past, craft for the future. 


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