Old is New Again

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Tuscarora is Featured Again in HouseTrends Cincinnati!

Tuscarora had the privilege of partnering with HouseTrends Cincinnati on a feature article about incorporating reclaimed materials in home design and remodeling (revisit this news post from March 2017 in which HouseTrends features a Cincinnati home with Tuscarora reclaimed wood products!). It’s awesome to see the inspiration and creativity other designers and builders put into repurposing reclaimed lumber and other salvaged materials. Take a look for yourself by visiting the full article at HouseTrends.com.

Excerpts taken from the full article at HouseTrend.com

It’s a wonderful thing to get something brand new. Brand new cars smell nice. Brand new babies are precious – and they smell nice. Brand new shoes shine. But when it comes to building or remodeling our homes, old is in. Call it rustic, repurposed or salvaged, savvy homeowners are looking to the past to add charm, drama and warmth to their living spaces. Across the country, businesses are making it their business to reclaim lumber, fixtures and architectural elements from barns, factories and homes ready to be torn down …

… Inside the potting shed, most of what you see is made from repurposed materials, the beams, ceiling and wall cladding, the custom workbench top and the shelf above it. View a full gallery and read more about The Potting Shed here!

… This kitchen island is topped with maple reclaimed from a Dayton area barn, pendants hang from a rough sawn barn timber, the backsplash is created from reclaimed wooden tiles, and the floor is salvaged white oak.

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