Using reclaimed wood is becoming an even more popular design trend, and one which could work well in decorating your Venice FL home or condo. Reclaimed wood is being used in all kinds of ways: dimensional walls, coffee tables, side tables, and outdoor furniture. You can use all kinds of wood: pallet wood, siding, logs, and even paint stirrers. The reclaimed wood on this coffee table is a nice contrast to the light, casual colors in this living room. Can't you picture this type of accent wall in a beach home? Add this type of table to your lanai or patio. This dimensional wood accent wall could replace more expensive ceramic or stone tile. There's a lot you can do with reclaimed wood to personalize your home or condo in Venice FL. These types of elements will create a memorable selling point and add value if you are renovating a home or condo to sell. Please contact me for more ideas on selling your Venice FL real estate .
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