Jered has been trekking to NYC quite often over the past few months and has snapped many pictures of our wood in use. Flooring, paneling, and siding are most common but there are new twists including patterns, shapes, and finishes.
We’re so inspired by this blasted Foundry Maple wall at WeWork on Broadway. At Pop at Pod restaurant in Manhattan, you’ll find sanded reclaimed gymnasium flooring from a high school in Minnesota, and rough-sawn FSC®-Certified Western Red Cedar ceiling t&g. Chop’t Creative Salad Company in Brookfield Place features a creative use of reclaimed Settlers’ Plank Oak in a herringbone pattern. Jered stopped in at Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken, off of East Houston, and spotted a nice vertical grain reclaimed Heart Pine counter crafted by our sister company NEWwoodworks. (He also said the chicken is absolutely amazing!) Timberland’s corporate showroom in NYC incorporated American Gothic reclaimed oak flooring and paneling, as well as reclaimed white pine ceiling joists salvaged from a sawmill in New Hampshire. Heart Pine on the facade of this Brooklyn pasta restaurant warmly welcomes its guests. Beveled edges define the planks and add texture while the character complements the clean horizontal lines. We shipped out some industrial salvaged wood for wall cladding to the very first Wolverine company store, located in in Nolita. The old planks were split in half and wire-brushed, giving the look of an industrial stacked wall. The client, contractor, and patrons are thrilled with the finished appearance and we have to agree – it turned out pretty darn cool. The overlapping and alternating corners of the reclaimed Ash planks add visual interest to the wall, cabinets, and cashier wrap at Charlie Bird restaurant in SoHo.