When it’s time for your siding replacement, you’ll most likely end up with a bunch of old siding that you have no idea what to do with. If your old siding is wooden and you think they still have a bit of years left in them, throwing them into the waste pile might not be the best course of action to take.
In this article, Hunterdon Roofing, Siding and Window Company shares a few creative uses for reclaimed wooden siding.
If you’ve ever wanted to spruce up your home’s interior, repurposed wooden siding might just be the budget-friendly way to go. Transform it into a rustic sideboard, or into hand-crafted chair seats for your old kitchen stools. You can also use it as a countertop for your dining, coffee or console tables.
Transform your home into an art museum by making an accent wall out of the old siding material that would have otherwise just ended up in a landfill. Take it one creative step further by putting together siding pieces with varying sizes and textures.
The bedroom is a place for relaxation, but it doesn’t mean it has to be humdrum and completely lacking in any visually arresting elements. Treat your platform bed to an upgrade by making a headboard out of the siding strips. You can also give your nightstand or bedside table a makeover by utilizing the smaller pieces of the reclaimed siding.
Baths and Crafts
Make your vanity cabinet even more beautiful by adding rustic touches. Turn your bathroom door into a sliding barn door set up and complete the look with old wooden siding as the door itself.
Make your siding stand out by choosing Hunterdon Roofing, Siding and Window Company for your siding installation. We offer windows, roofs, doors and other exterior solutions. Call us today at (908) 735-0809 to schedule a service appointment.