• Reclaimed Character Select Heart Pine

    Antique Heart Pine is the ideal choice if you want to create a room that is relaxed and informal. Heart Pine is much harder than name might suggest and wears almost as well as oak. The boards are a combination of vertical and flat sawn grain and show knots along with ferrous staining. ©Greg Hadley Photography

  • 50/50 Herringbone

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    Limited Editions

    This unique Black & Tan 50/50 Herringbone patterned floor highlights just one of the original solutions that can be found when designing with reclaimed wood. Check our Limited Editions gallery for more inspiration such as Colored Gym Floors and Coastal Decking.

  • American Gothic Reclaimed Mixed Oak

    One of our most popular floors, it has just enough antique character to ensure it won’t be mistaken for a mass-produced oak floor. This versatile wood can be stained or pre-finished (as shown here), and is available in our eco-engineered line.

  • Antique Oak Timbers

    Our sister company, New Energy Works Timberframers, works with design professionals, fine builders, and residential customers across the nation crafting some of the finest, most lyrical timber frames made. We provide all of the reclaimed timbers used in their frames, such as the antique oak material shown here.

  • Explore Our Products

    After years of research our FSC certified Reclaimed Teak is here! Teak is best known for its beauty, strength, resiliency, and clean grain. Rescued from dilapidated Indonesian structures using processing and manufacturing standards we can get behind.

  • Reclaimed Mixed Oak

    Settlers’ Plank reclaimed Mixed Hardwoods has been popular with a variety of designs and just about any decor including this lake house inspired home nestled in the Finger Lakes. This is a practical recreation of the classic barn floor. Its relaxed, warm appearance puts people at ease.

  • Explore Paneling

    The pale shades and natural finish of Reclaimed Ash paneling adds warmth to ShopperTrak's modern office space in Chicago. Tight grain patterns and slight irridecence allow ash to be flexible — it can be anything you need it to be, without sacrificing its own character. A true fit for every design decor. Photo ©Chris Barrett

  • Check the Presses

    Following the popularity of Jarrah from our last excursion down under, we now bring you Karri, reclaimed from dilapidated offices and educational buildings in Australia. We have an entire container of this highly durable, richly colored, and fine grained hardwood to share with you.

  • Offices with Texture

    An office headquartered in California added texture to their cafe with Rail Yard Oak Patina. Reclaimed from a combination of boards and timbers used in the transportation industry, this mixture often shows wear patterns, fastener marks, and various textures.

  • Mixed Reclaimed Softwoods

    A very old, casual wide board look that is the result of careful selection and partial planing. The patina is maintained, at least in part, through the careful milling process. Generally featuring hemlock, eastern white pine and Douglas fir.

  • Corporate America Remodeled

    Passero Associates in Rochester, NY transformed a dilapidated downtown building into a vibrant, mixed-used space and enhanced the historic character of the structure with reclaimed Settlers' Plank flooring and antique Heart Pine stair treads. Photo ©Don Cochran Photography

  • Reclaimed Siding

    We figured that if this wonderful old barn siding has stood up to the worst of weather for near a century, it's got to be pretty tough stuff. We've found it can be put right back into service in both interior and exterior applications.

 
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