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A Spa Retreat

When I moved into my current home, I was more than a little disappointed with the master bathroom. This small restroom resembled a dark cave more than it did a spa retreat. After nearly 10 years of saving money, my husband and I are almost ready to get the master bathroom of our dreams. We are planning to hire a remodelling contractor. This professional will give us the more spacious bathroom we need. We will be replacing our bathtub and shower combination with a separate walk-in shower and a soaker tub. We are also replacing our one sink with two sinks. On this blog, you will learn how a remodeling contractor can give you a spa retreat in your master bathroom. Enjoy!

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3 Ways To Integrate Reclaimed Wood Materials Into Your Home Renovations

If you are planning on renovations for your home, there may be some ways you can use reclaimed materials for these improvements. The wood can come from your own home or other sources. Reclaimed lumber can be a great solution for rustic hardwood flooring, new siding or trim details around your home. If you want to do green renovations to your home too, here are some ways you can use reclaimed lumber for your home improvements:

1. Add Cozy, Comfortable Rustic Wood Floors With Reclaimed Lumber

To create cozy floors with a rustic look to them, reclaimed lumber can be a great solution. Some sources, such as old factories that have been demolished, can provide lumber in larger dimensions with a worn look to it. The larger lumber can also be used for custom woodwork that matches your new floors. Reclaimed lumber can be milled to be used for new floors, which is a good choice for unique floors that are made of materials that are hard-to-find or not commercially available.

2. Give Your Home A Natural Weathered Look With Reclaimed Wood Siding

Another great use for reclaimed lumber is to use it for siding on your home. It can also be a good solution to create wider plank siding or uneven edges. To preserve the look of your reclaimed siding, you will want to apply a coat of sealant to protect the wood. Sealant can be applied every few years after the siding has been installed. In addition, it is a good idea to save some boards for any repairs that may need to be done because it may be hard to find similar materials when repairs are needed for maintenance.

3. Add Authentic Age To Your Home With Reclaimed Lumber For Trim And Woodwork

Reclaimed lumber can also be a great source of material for features inside your home, such as wood trim and custom woodwork. If you want to have exposed beams that look authentic and aged, using reclaimed lumber will give you the look you want. It can also be a good way to give trim around windows and doors a rustic look.

These are some of the ways that you may want to consider using reclaimed lumber for your home renovations. If you are ready to get started with some of these improvements for your home, contact remodeling contractors and talk with them about using reclaimed lumber for your home renovations.