The idea of a custom-built home is very appealing to anyone who wants to own their own living space. It means being able to select everything that will be included in the home, from the exterior to the interior. You can have everyone in the family participating so their tastes and preferences are taken into consideration.
When you have individuals with eclectic tastes or unique ideas contributing to the home design process, you can end up with anything from high-end luxury to reclaimed chic. And sometimes the choices are out of left field. For example, the following article talks about a material that is not usually considered when constructing a house:
A House with Scrap Wood Walls in Israel
Scrap wood? Well, for most of us it is nothing but something that belongs to the trash especially if there are already rotten parts but for creative people, scrap wood is actually an opportunity to create something unique, beautiful and useful. In truth, there are so many things that you can make using scrap wood that range from a wall decor and even storage boxes. You can even make furniture like a table using scrap wood. But for this home that we will feature today, it uses scrap wood in a surprisingly creative manner. Read more at Home Design Lover…
So, yes, scrap wood can be used to make something very beautiful with a bit of “outside of the box” thinking. The bonus is that the material can be acquired at a very pocket-friendly price. That’s a win-win for the happy homeowner.
At this point you might be wondering if there are other materials you have never considered before that can be transformed into something beautiful.
How about broken tiles? These little gems are so neat because they can be used in a variety of places, including your walls and floors.
There are many ways you could use broken tiles in your home. For instance, you can create your own DIY outdoor table using broken tile. Let your mind free — if you wanted to work with them it would be a great opportunity for exploring your creativity or collaborating with a family member to come up with a one-of-a-kind use in your new custom home.
There are many options out there when it comes to creating a custom home. All you need to do is keep an open mind and explore. Good luck!