When we talk about reclaimed wood, it could either mean that the wood was rescued from its undesirable state or was restored to a previous natural state. I know of a group here in the Philippines that use reclaimed wood to encourage teenagers to create art works that they display in their organization office. The wood that they use are drift woods that they were able to pick up during beach clean ups. This organization is basically doing a small thing for greater causes – in terms of design – furniture or in home design, designers or clients help each other in making sure that in using reclaimed wood, they are able to save cost, save the search for building materials and save Mother Earth. The method of using reclaimed wood is not only budget-friendly but eco-friendly too. Check out the pictures below with few of the best reclaimed wood projects. Pinnacle Mountain Homes What I like most about this dining room is the fact that it faces a door wherein you see the outdoors and enjoy it while you’re actually eating; and the fact that they used reclaimed wood on the chairs and the table – I even think that the floors are made from reclaimed wood too. So in general, this dining space is not only beautiful but very Earth-friendly.