Reclaimed Wood And Metal Wall Art

Enviromentally Friendly Reclaimed Wood and Metal Wall Art

Reclaimed wood is very popular, because many people enjoy reusing would and turning their home décor into a totally new space. It is affordable and some of these creations can get quite unique. If you are thinking about adding new art into your home, there are so many different designs to choose from. You will be able to go into stores and check out all of the different art, but you also will be able to go online and find some of the best wood and metal wall art.

Here is a unique looking oversized wall clock that has a rustic barn farmhouse look to it. It is a vintage bronze metal with a solid wood finish and this clock is 18 inches in diameter. This is perfect for anybody that is looking for more of a homesteader style, but this clock can be used anywhere in the home. This also is a noiseless clock, so you do not need to worry about any type of taking that can be disturbing. The clock is operated with AA batteries that are not included. This is perfect for a gift or add this trendy clock in your own home.

Do you enjoying personalized items? If you are into wood products that have your name – then you are going to love this personalized family name sign that has scalloped edges. This art is approximately 20 x 20 and it also has a key slot, so that it is easy to hang. If you enjoy products that are made in the United States, you will be pleased to know that this particular family wall art is made in Indiana.

For a bolder appearance, this reclaimed wood star quilt wall art is 26 inches in diameter, but it also can be larger, but you need to contact the seller. This is made out of reclaimed wood that has been hand selected. The wood has a natural contrast that is eccentric, but it also is reclaiming the beauty of salvaged barn wood. This is an amazing piece that can be the focal point for any room in the house, but it would be ideal in a family room or a living room as a centerpiece.

DIY Reclaimed Wood Projects

This is a great project to do if you are into more of the DIY projects and you have access to reclaimed wood. The first thing you should do is take the time to sort through your source. If you have access to an old barn or someone was giving away wood for free – this is the perfect time to pick out the pieces that you think will be perfect.

It is wise to get more wood then you will need for your project, just in case you make a mistake or you need additional wood. Also, you may complete one project and want to start another, once you see how easy it is to do a reclaimed wood project; creating wood and metal wall art for your home.

The first thing you did after you have transported all of your reclaimed wood to your desired location is you are going to cut and sand the boards. You will want to be sure that you take measurements before you do any cutting. You also want to have a diagram of your project, so that you can do any penciling or do any markings on the word prior to cutting.

After you have cut down the wood to the right size, you want to take the time and sand the wood. You want to be sure that you get any rough edges properly sanded. You then can use a large brush to wipe away any excess dirt or debris from the sanding part, completing the epic wood and metal wall art.

Cleaning the wood is going to be the next part. You can use a power washer if you have one to clean the wood, but most people don’t have a pressure washer on hand. In the event that you do have a pressure washer, this is going to be a quick process. The goal is to get the wood clean, but you don’t need to worry about any abnormalities in the wood, because the surface is never going to be 100% even. If you don’t have a pressure washer, you can use a brush and began to get the wood clean.

After everything is dry, it is now time to refinish your reclaimed wood. Minwax is a great finish that requires on a paint brush for the application process. Generally, you should only need one coat to make the appearance resemble that of store-bought quality reclaimed wood. However, it is up to you how you want to do the finishing process.

You now will be able to do reclaimed Wood projects from home. There are so many things you can make, including picture frames and other types of gardening projects or even furniture. Reclaimed wood is very popular for gardening, because left over pallets once they are properly restored can be a great way to plant herbs and watch them grow. If you are thinking about doing picture frames, you are going to find several different homemade picture frames that you can design right in the comfort of your own home, creating as many wood and metal wall art as you like.

Or, if you are thinking about doing a reclaimed table – that is going to be simple, especially if the table just needs to be cleaned up and sanded down. You then have the option to seal it with whatever you like or you can do a shabby chic type of paint job. You will have the power to do what you want and design custom homemade reclaimed wood projects that can be wonderful accessories to your home. You will also save money by doing these projects at home.

You will have to put in some effort, but for some people it can be cheaper/easier than going online and purchasing a reclaimed wood and metal wall art gift. Take your time and enjoy creating wall art with reclaimed wood.

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