Demolition wood in decor: 100 environments to love

December 2, 2021 0 Comments

 

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Upon entering an environment, she is immediately highlighted. With characteristics of detonated finishes, scratches, nails, peeling and traces of paint, demolition wood is the rustic style that has been trending in recent years in decoration.

As the name implies, this type of decoration is made with wood taken from the demolition of old buildings. In other words, buildings that used to use noble wood are discarded with the action of time.

However, this material gained a new use in decoration. Instead of discarding them, the wood is reused after a process of cleaning and recovery treatment, whereby it does not interfere with its natural characteristics.

Architect Camila Machado explains how demolition wood is a unique item in decoration. “The interesting thing is that one wood will never be the same as another, even if it comes from the same tree, as the marks of nails, screws and wear and tear become unique characteristics”, she comments.

Tips for using demolition wood in decoration

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Currently, many objects in a rustic style are being incorporated in the decoration of contemporary environments, such as exposed brick, antique chandeliers and the demolition wood itself, which fits perfectly in environments with more neutral colors and furniture in a straighter line.

“Demolition wood can be used in various ways in decoration, from wall panels, dining tables or coffee tables to small objects such as carved figurines. Nowadays this material has been widely used also for giving a nobler touch to decorations. The TV room panel made of demolition wood can be the center of the decoration of a residence, whereas the panel in the reception of a commercial building brings the elegance of Brazilian wood”, explains the architect.

The first step in using demolition wood for decoration is to pay attention during purchase. “Check whether the sale of wood is legal. The law must be strict for those who extract from buildings and sell. We need to protect the environment, therefore, inspections have to exist so that deforestation and illegal sales do not occur, claiming to be reused wood”, warns Camila. Therefore, its value is linked to an environmental issue.

See how it is possible to adopt the rustic style as a composition of your decoration in incredible ideas:

1. Union of rustic and contemporary

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Demolition wood can be used in different aspects of the environment, such as floors, cabinets and tables. Its composition with other more modern items is amazing! Just know how to make everything harmonious and use light to your advantage!

2. Rustic dining room to delight

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ KATIA PERRONE

This dining room with wooden bench and fireplace makes the atmosphere even more rustic and charming. The decoration is perfect for country houses, but nothing prevents the design from being applied in more modern spaces. Get creative!

3. Table and counter with demolition wood

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In a modern and neutral environment, touches of wood with more detonated characteristics, scratches and marks that deliver time, make a difference and draw attention to furniture. Look at the highlight in this environment!

4. Charm on the more rustic balconies

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It is possible to use demolition wood to decorate balconies like this one. In addition to cabinets, the tables composed of modern items bring warmth and make the environment even more amazing!

5. Romantic and clean kitchen with wood

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ JULLIANA CAMARGO ARCHITECTURE

Take a look… The neutral and totally clean environment gains more life with the composition of the demolition wood and its detonated aspects. Just a touch to make everything even more beautiful and transmit softness in place!

6. Lovers for cozy on the porch

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION / PAULA MOURA ARCHITECTURE

Another option for decorating a balcony is the use of benches and sofas made from demolition wood. The alternative makes the place cozy and combines with different styles. Here, a couple of garden seats appear as side tables.

7. Demolition wood in the leisure area

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Reused wood is also a beautiful option to compose leisure environments like this one. Between wicker sofas with white seats, the coffee table highlights the place with its aged look.

8. Completely rustic environment

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The use of wood does not need to be linked only to small elements of the decoration composition. If that’s your taste, the environment can count on a rustic style throughout the place like this one. Beautiful is not it?

9. Elegance in the bathroom mirrors

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For bathrooms and toilets, the right option is to have a medium panel of demolition wood behind the mirrors. If the colors are dark, opt for lighting, even if artificial, and throw yourself into this composition!

10. Rusticity and elegance

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Demolition wood is the best option when decorating rustic environments. The neutral colors blend seamlessly with the rustic character, as in this large table beside the bar.

11. “Country house” style for the porch

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Even in apartments with large balconies it is possible to integrate demolition wood well. In this one, the composition of table and benches, floor with details in different designs and colors transformed the environment into a contemporary place.

12. Simple details in the composition

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The details make all the difference and you should already know that, right? The shaped floor and the small objects in the same material in this environment made the place even more beautiful. In addition, the rustic cement beams adorned the decor very well!

13. Detonated appearance on floors

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ MEIRELES PAVAN ARCHITECTURE

The big difference between wooden and demolition floors is in the detonated appearance, between scratches and faded ones that characterize its beauty. Look how the environment can be transformed!

14. Detonated table for amazing meals

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Note that the environment has furniture with straighter lines and colors in more neutral tones, which establish an incredible combination with the demolition wood table. The look gives the dining room total charm!

15. Combining styles in one place

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As we have already seen, demolition wood can be integrated with other different styles of decoration. In this case, the white subway bricks , neutral tones and the dark wood counter combined perfectly for a more romantic and vintage style!

16. Cabinets integrated to modernity

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When you catch your eye in this environment, the rustic cabinets stand out among the most modern furniture. Its scratched details and aged look make this beautiful place very well!

17. Different textures using wood

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Part of the furniture using demolition wood is integrated with exposed bricks and clean tones. The composition offers different textures for the same charming environment!

18. Detonated wood on floors

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The detonated look of demolition wood is the differential of this noble material. Its features add sophistication to the environment combined with other decor items with more modern design. Bet!

19. Demolition wood nightstand for decorating

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ JOEL CAETANO PAES

Using the demolition way on furniture as a nightstand can be a great option to transform an environment. The idea is perfect if used in a beach or country house.

20. One thousand and one Uses in wood

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In addition to elegance, your furniture can also have utilities such as this beautiful inspiration for storing drinks. The wooden composition matched the whole environment!

21. Rustic and harmonious corridors

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For circulation between the rooms, the hallway with demolition wood had large windows and beautiful wooden components. Natural light also helped to make the environment harmonious and airy.

22. Burnt cement and demolition wood, ideal combination!

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Do you know you and your best friend? Well… In this case it’s burnt cement and demolition wood. The combination unites the rustic and the contemporary in a uniform way, without leaving the atmosphere heavy.

23. Kitchen Demolition Panel

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To cover the kitchen’s long wall, two white glass panels were created that can be used as a blackboard and, in the middle, a beautiful demolition panel: the essential highlight for the environment!

24. Demolition wood on all sides

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For lovers of wooden decoration, the element can be inserted in different places in the same environment. Just be careful with exaggeration and “break” the composition with other decorative objects!

25. Demolition headboard in a girl’s room

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When talking about a girl’s room, a delicate space immediately comes to mind, right? This is not to say that composition with wood is impossible. On the contrary, wooden elements can compose subtle environments like this!

26. Rustic sideboard in outdoor spaces

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In outdoor environments, sideboards like this beautiful inspiration, in addition to being very useful, make the space more rustic and beautiful. It’s impossible not to want to stay in this corner, isn’t it?

27. Demolition wood doors and frames

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Country houses gain special attention with the use of demolition wood. In this case, the use of the material in the doors and moldings expands the environment and gives a unique highlight!

28. Beauty of demolition in small details

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In addition to the nightstand, how about using the material in details such as picture frames and other smaller objects? These small details, for sure, will change the whole environment, leaving you with the desired style!

29. The modern that values ​​the rustic

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Imagine an entire environment made of demolition wood, but that transmits modernity throughout?! Difficult, isn’t it? But in this case, the composition between rustic and current is united in every detail of the kitchen. Too much!

30. The center of attention in wood

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The modern and conventional room comes alive with the demolition wood coffee table. The item is the only one in the environment that offers differentiated highlight and transforms the space. Positive point for mobile!

31. Coziness on the porches with wooden tables

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Chatting with friends on the balcony becomes even better when we put in comfortable furniture that brings warmth. The more rustic environment is ideal for this! Look what an incredible inspiration!

32. Color mixing with demolition

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In addition to neutral colors, coloring can also be part of the decor combined with demolition wood. Make use of the colors for a cheerful and lively environment like this balcony here!

33. Welcome with demolition wood doors

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Even before entering the house, demolition wood welcomes you, right at the entrance, bringing beauty and elegance to the residence. In this example, the stainless steel handle brings even more sophistication to the design.

34. Asymmetric formats also stand out

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When choosing to decorate your room with demolition wood, the choice of asymmetrical shapes can also highlight the space. In this case, the wood of the coffee table has a detonated look and not aligned.

35. Double-height wood panel

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The ceiling height is the measure between the floor and the ceiling that creates a spaciousness in the space. How about, then, composing this place with demolition wood? The option is great, it highlights the environment and doesn’t eliminate the idea of ​​amplitude.

36. Portuguese tiles make an amazing combination

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While demolition wood integrates the countertop, the famous and beautiful Portuguese tiles form a delicate combination, between rustic and contemporary. Perfect and charming union!

37. Rustic beach house cabinets

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If you think the rustic design is just for country houses, you are sorely mistaken. Opting for wooden furniture, such as these rustic cabinets, is a very interesting option for beach houses. Just combine the elements well with soft colors!

38. Gourmet kitchen entirely in wood

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If the dream is to maintain the modernity of a gourmet kitchen, but still have rustic elements, demolition wood is the ideal option. Do you or don’t you feel like spending a lot of time in this kitchen?

39. Great option to separate environments

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To divide two rooms in your house, how about using demolition wood pilasters? The partition is subtle, but it elegantly establishes the separation of space without the need for major works!

40. Coating mix for an “out of the box” room

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Brick lining was once a popular trend in living rooms. Now, how about innovating even more with a demolition wood cladding? Choose a wall to highlight the wood tone that matches your environment. For this, pay attention to the lighting!

41. Demolition wood in landscaping

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For this garden, the use of very rustic demolition wood was united in a platform, which forms the deck. The decoration of the facade was even more beautiful with the choice of plants and flowers!

42. Woods of different tones and species

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The decoration of this apartment featured wood of different types and tones in a beautiful mix of finishes. The time-stamped table and the framed mirrors make the place even choicer!

43. Brown insert finishes to match

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In this very contemporary gourmet space, the wooden table makes an impact on the design, in addition to combining well with brown tiles covering the wall and countertop. In short? Mix finishes without fear!

44. Elements for vintage decor

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In addition to objects for a more “antique” decoration, you can also get demolition wood. As it also has an older look, it is perfect for creating environments with a vintage feel.

45. Bathrooms with details that make a difference

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Every detail of this toilet is an inspiration, isn’t it? In addition to the tile, the cement-like wall and decorative objects, the wooden countertop is a fundamental item for the environment. Every point really makes a difference!

46. ​​Rustic Baby Room

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A delicate space can also gain darker elements like the demolition wood closet in this baby room. The space takes on a rustic and antique look, but very cozy. It’s worth trying to combine the elements!

47. Suite with cladding between cement and wood

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION / DÉCIO NAVARRO

You can already see that burnt cement and demolition wood are quite common elements together, isn’t it? So, you can’t go wrong when choosing the two for your suite’s decor!

48. Outdoor area with deck and aged wood

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ VANDA CARVALHO BARBOSA

For outdoor environments with decks, combining different types of wood is a sure choice. Aged furniture and objects look great in a mix of other wood tones. Abuse in combinations!

49. A unique shower room!

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ OLEGÁRIO DE SÁ & GILBERTO CIONI

This bathroom with neutral colors and white bathtub had a highlight on the floor. A sort of wooden demolition deck was created in a unique space!

50. The classic in wood

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ CRISTIANE BERGESCH

The use of classic and elegant elements can also be used in composition with wood. Here, the mirror and the rest of the objects form a very classic environment, while the furniture brings a rustic atmosphere.

51. Perfect harmony of elements

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For this house in the mountains, the choice was based on the harmony of the elements. While the floor is made of demolition wood, the roof is made of straw and natural lighting made everything even more in sync!

52. Hydraulic tile and demolition furniture

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ GIANCARLO FILGUEIRAS

The design of this kitchen remained very modern with the use of demolition wood in the furniture. In addition, the hydraulic tile on the wall in shades of blue is even more beautiful!

53. All wood for the kitchen

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ DIGIOVANNI FURNITURE

All kitchen cabinets in demolition wood contrasted beautifully with brown colored glass inserts and floors in the same shade. Bet on the composition and abuse the demolition wood!

54. Home furniture for a totally rustic environment

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ PAULA HUEB ABDALA

This incredible home furniture was created in demolition wood to match the rustic atmosphere of the room. Impossible not to stand out with this mobile. How about betting on this idea?

55. Integrated kitchen in pure charm

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ ANA BAHIA ARCHITECTURE

Who doesn’t love open and integrated environments? In this kitchen, the use of the demolition counter gave even more charm to the entire modern and elegant space. You can also bet on unique and exclusive furniture in the environment!

56. A single element creates elegant environments

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When thinking about demolition wood, a very rustic environment comes to mind. But get this thought out of there now! If well planned, demolition wood furniture can be versatile and leave elegant environments!

57. Large demolition walls

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In large spaces it is possible to create entire walls with demolition wood like this one. Look how this highlight transformed the external space of the residence without leaving it with a rustic aspect!

58. Discreet and sophisticated in wood

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ DAVID GUERRA

Even with the use of wood throughout the floor and walls, the project was very discreet and sophisticated. Pay attention to the tone of the wood and its characteristics with discreet scratches and few changes over time!

59. Environmentally friendly lighting

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION / NEY LIMA

Even in spaces with lots of elements and the demolition wood panel, the trick is to pay attention to the space’s lighting. It is the light that will make the environment remain spacious and harmonious!

60. Wood at strategic points

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Small spaces can also contain demolition wood, the tip is to use it at strategic points in the composition of the elements, such as benches and door frames. Thus, the environment does not become “heavy” and remains large.

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For you to be sure about the decoration, we have separated more options for you to integrate demolition wood with other miscellaneous items. Check out this beautiful composition!

61. Charming decoration combined with wooden items

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ ARCHITECTS GALLERY

62. Bet on industrial design with demolition elements

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ TAVARES DUAYER ARCHITECTURE

63. Combine different tones and textures to create a show

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ STECK ARCHITECTURE

64. Demolition wood floors that are a show in themselves!

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION / BRUSCHINI

65. Much more beautiful wineries

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ STECK ARCHITECTURE

66. Add color to your wooden furniture and get more cheerful environments!

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ MARTHA NEGRUCCI

67. Wood panel is always a great choice for decoration

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68. Modern dining room combining wooden elements

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION / RECYCLING INTERIORS

69. Lighting is always essential for demolition compositions

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70. Baby room can also count on the noble material, preferably in lighter tones

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION / JULIANA CAMARGO

71. The breathtaking space blends glass and wood to perfection!

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72. Combined with wallpapers, the proposal is stunning

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ PAULA NERY FERNANDES

73. Invest in the coating and add bold colors

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION / MSANCHES INTERIORS

74. The lobby had different wallpaper and textures

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ SAMIRA JAROUCHE

75. In this integrated kitchen, light colors reflect more light to the room

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ SÉRGIO CAUS ARQUITETOS

76. Impossible to go wrong with a demolition wood TV panel

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ MARIANA HAJA

77. Imposing finished floor and stairs!

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78. Unique mobile that makes all the difference

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ BEL NETTLE ARCHITECT

79. The entrance door is the first impression of a killer design

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ SAMIRA JAROUCHE

80. Wooden elements in straight lines to enlarge space

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ ALEGGRA DESIGN

81. Wine and wood! Is there a prettier combination than that?

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ ISABELA CANAAN

82. For more sober colors, lighten the room as much as possible

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ ARAMARI TUDE

83. Elegant room calls for classic furniture

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ ISABELA CANAAN

84. Overlapping of wood coverings. A blast!

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION / OPHICINA ARCHITECTURE

85. Gourmet veranda with a rustic touch

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ MAX MELLO ARCHITECTURE

86. Innovate in a shoe rack like this, rustic and made of demolition wood

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION / DEMOLITION TIMBER

87. Ideal combination to store your wines

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ NILZA ALVES AND RITA DINIZ

88. Wood cabinet linings for a super charming kitchen!

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ LUCIANA REBELLO ARCHITECT

89. Coziness is the right word to define this room

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ LILIANA ZENARO

90. Join decor items to wooden furniture to make the space cozier

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ HADDAD HASSUN ARCHITECTURE

91. Another amazing combination is using demolition bricks

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ REGINA GOUVEA ATELIE

92. The resident’s personality is stamped in every detail of the environment

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ MINEIRO WAY

93. Bathrooms can get a new face when inserting rustic material. Look at this bathtub!

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ ISABELA CANAAN

94. The combination of the modern and the rustic never goes out of style

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ ALEGGRA DESIGN

95. Combined with earthy tones, demolition wood heats environments

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ MAURÍCIO KARAM

96. Decorative bookshelves are also great options for decorating with wood

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ LILIANA ZENARO

97. Sophisticated is the right word for this environment, isn’t it?

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ CAROLINA VILELA

98. Keep calm and use demolition wood!

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION / PAULA SOUZA

99. Bricks, colors, marble and wood… Different materials for the same design

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION / SUBLIME INTERIORS

100. Insert the wood in strategic places and create an environment full of personality

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SOURCE: REPRODUCTION/ BETÂNIA PACHECO

Now, just get down to business and match your style to the material. After all, you’ve probably noticed that demolition wood in decor is a versatile element if used strategically, right? So, jump into the inspirations and create your perfect decor!