Why You Need to Add Reclaimed Flooring to your Home

white kitchen with rustic wood floor and table and chairsToday’s post is looking the benefits of using reclaimed flooring in your home. 

When redecorating your home, it can be hard to choose between the different types of flooring that are available to you. Should you invest in laminate flooring or solid wood flooring?

What about reclaimed wood flooring?

Each have their own benefits and drawbacks and all of them can look chic in their own way.

In this post, we are going to look at some of the reasons why you might want to invest in some wood reclaimed flooring for your home.

Keep reading to find out more about.

The Benefits of Reclaimed Flooring in your Home

Stunning Designs

If you are looking for a chic design for the floors in your home, you should think about adding some reclaimed wood flooring.

This type of flooring can appear rustic and more traditional giving your home that chic look that you might be trying to achieve. Your reclaimed wood flooring will be unique and look amazing in your home.

Better For The Environment

wooden floor with green sofa and girls legsIt can be easy to recycle and reuse some of the plastic in your home, but have you ever thought about the waste that appears when homes are redecorated?

When you choose reclaimed flooring, you can be sure that you are doing what you to can to help save the environment.

The more people that invest in this reused wood, the less demand there is for virgin wood.

Think about the environment and how you could help to save it by choosing this type of wooden floor for your home.

Durable Flooring

If you are looking for a durable flooring solution, then you should think about investing in some reclaimed wood.

These types of floors tend to be very durable due to the way in which they are reclaimed.

The wood that is used doesn’t tend to warp and enabling you to rely on it for years to come.

When you are designing your home, it is advised that you choose durable materials to make sure that you don’t have to worry about replacing them in the near future.

Adding Value

rustic wooden floor with round dining table and yellow metal chairsDid you know that adding rare wood to your flooring can actually add value to your home?

This is because of the large quantity of rare wood that is used in your reclaimed flooring and where it has come from.

If you are looking for some simple ways to add value to your home, this could well be the best option for you.

Final Verdict

Reclaimed wood flooring can be the perfect solution for those who want to design their home in a chic way without causing too much damage to the environment.

This type of wood can look amazing along a hallway, in a living room or even in a bedroom and you will love showing it off to your guests when they come over.

Consider investing in this type of reclaimed flooring if you want to look after the environment and have an impressive floor that will last for a very long time.


Whether you're looking for a new living room or kitchen floor, check out why you need reclaimed wood floor in your home. There are so many benefits, and even more if you DIY it! Perfect if you want to use pallets or pine into planks in your basement too! #lovechicliving #woodflooring #reclaimedwoodflooring #reclaimedflooring

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Jen Stanbrook
Jen Stanbrook

Jen is an award winning digital publisher and has been creating interiors and home decor content for over 10 years.
She has an insatiable love of home interiors, has worked with hundreds of brands, and currently supports many bloggers within the creative industries to share their expertise through writing.
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  1. Jill
    April 15, 2019 / 6:40 pm

    I’ve used reclaimed flooring a number of times and love it!

  2. Christopher James Hall
    April 16, 2019 / 5:40 am

    I just love wood flooring. There is something about the way it looks and feels.

    I had a small studio a while back (okay it was a shed). The floor though was reclaimed pallets which had been sanded down.

    A great effect which cost me next to nothing.


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