From the tiny house movement to the rise of Marie Kondo, minimalism has found a place in the hearts and homes of design and home decor lovers all over the world. Minimalist interior design isn’t just the practice of “doing without”. Rather, it’s the act of incorporating intentional, unique elements into a room–accents that can stand alone and tell their own story without the interference of busy surroundings.
Reclaimed wood has risen above its country chic beginnings and is bursting into the minimalist movement as a streamlined, efficient, and eye-catching design element. We’ve compiled a list of minimalist tips for using reclaimed wood. Read carefully, because your friends are going to be asking you for design help in no time.