Unique Reclaimed Barnwood

The beauty of this distressed old growth wood is so beautiful and different from wood you can purchase today, it cannot be reproduced. The acquired characteristics of this naturally aged product include cracks, knots, peg holes, surface checking, insect scaring, nail holes, and color variation. There is no way to find the same two boards due to this natural aging process. It sometimes takes over 100 years to acquire this natural beauty. Below is an example of the kinds of barnwood that can be found in most barns with each board having unique characteristics. We stock aged rustic pine, naily roof boards, ash, beach, white oak, red oak, elm, and hickory planks reclaimed locally from antique barns here in Michigan.

Most of this unique vintage barnwood is washed and dried and store inside.


Rustic Pine Brown Board 
Washed rough sawn pine brown board from the interior of the barn. Generally a soft white pine. A lot of wear and aged character makes this 1" thick material perfect for making furniture, unique custom projects, wall covering, wine cellars, trim, and faux beams. White pine is light weight. stays flat and straight, and gets a beautiful deep patina.
Almost out of this staple product for the first time since we have been doing barn wood. We have about 300 square feet of miscellaneous left. Mostly short stock from 4' to 7' but nice quality.
Washed and dried and ready to install.
$5.50 a square foot depending on quality.
Rustic Pine Naily Roof Boards,
This is by far one of our best sellers but we realized that folks had no idea the labor process to produce such a cool product. So please read our Naily Roof Board Process Blog to understand the lengths we go to bring you this very unique material.
Coming from the roof of the barn these have lots of nail holes, varying colors, and wear giving them the most character of any antique barn-wood. We have a large quantity in 1" random length and width. Great for walls, wine cellars, and man caves. This batch has a lot of what we call twice reclaimed material meaning it was reclaimed many years ago from older barn roofs and siding when the roof on the barn we have now reclaimed was redone. This gives some of these boards very unique features like a naily weathered brown board side or a good naily side on both sides to choose from or even both options and more.
Got a nice new batch in.
Washed and dried and ready to install.
$6.00 a square foot depending on quality.
Mixed Species Naily Roof Boards,
This batch has a variety of colors and textures. Mostly white pine but there is some soft maple, tamarack, elm, and hemlock. There is also a lot of live and bark edges that we measure to be sawn off but if you like it it is free extra material. The live edges make great trim especially for base boards and back splashes. The red ends are on the backs but some folks like to throw a few in the mix. We could not capture all the variations and edges in just a few pictures so hopefully this description will help.
Washed and dried and ready to install.
190 sq.ft. of rough product left.
$4.00 to $5.00 a square foot depending on quantity.
Washed Weathered Pine Brown Board
We have this beautiful batch of Washed Weathered Pine Brown Board we are selling in bulk. We have 361 square feet selling for $6.00 a square foot. Widths are 8" to 10" mostly 9.5" roughly. Random lengths from 7' to 14' with the shortest being on the top of the stack. We will split this up into a little bit smaller quantities if you are good with us just peeling off the top till we get to your square footage. We do have a few miscellaneous pieces in other locations so call or email with your needs.
Washed and dry and stored inside.
$6.00 a square foot..
Temporarily Sold Out!
 1x8x8' Circle Sawn, Skim Planned, Kiln Dried Hickory
Acquired this beautiful batch of 1"x8"x8' circle sawn skim planned kiln dried new growth Hickory. We have a substantial quantity so should have it in stock for a long time unless a regular furniture maker decides to buy a bunk. A steal for Hickory at $7 a board foot when all needed is some sanding and finish to make some glorious tables.
$37.33 each
 2x5 Circle Sawn White-Red Oak
A beautiful stock of 2x5 red oak that looks like white oak. We spent a lot of time verifying and inspecting this material and unless you are a extreme professional you will never tell it is not white oak. Some nice quarter sawn pieces in here too if that is what you are after we can dig for the good ones but it will cost a little more. We have these from 6' to 11' at the time of posting. Please call with your needs so we can verify inventory from our extensive data base. Nice circle saw marks and a little lighter white oak patina. Great for table tops and counters.
Washed and dried and ready to install. 
5.50 a board foot.
We also have this material in short stock sets at our shop for coffee and end tables at $5.00 a board foot for lengths in 24", 30", 33", 43", and 3 at 60" that would make a nice sofa table.
 2x7.5" Circle Sawn Red Oak
A nice batch of reclaimed circle sawn red oak. Lots of great character nail holes and some rift sawn rays. Red oak is generally straighter and lighter than the white oak we get out of these old structures. It is nice enough that we are asking a little more than normal for red oak. This material will make some real nice tables and counters.
Washed and dried and ready to use.
Going fast. Call for needs. 
$6.00 a board foot.
 2x10 Circle Sawn Red Oak
Not the white oak most come to us for but this batch of 2x10 red oak is way straighter than the reclaimed white oak we get. Some nail holes and some quarter sawn. Some are clear and some knotty. Come and get you preference. Lengths from 10' to 12' there is also a 2x12x14' and a few 2x8 hard maple in there at time of posting. It is nice enough just like the other batch that we are asking a little more than normal for being red oak. This material will make some real nice tables and counters. We also have some shorter stock for shelves everyone has been buying up.
Washed and dried and ready to use.
Going fast. Call for needs. 
$6.00 a board foot.
 2x4.5 Circle Sawn White Oak
A beautiful batch of white oak 2"x4.5" at mostly 9'7" long. Great for tables and counters this batch will go fast. There are some bark and live corners for some like that too. Some nice quarter sawn pieces in here too if that is what you are after we can dig for the good ones but it will cost a little more. Nice circle saw marks and a white oak patina. Being from the roof rafters these put out a real strong sweat smell we keep enjoying every time we walk by this batch.
Washed and dried and ready to install. 
6.00 a board foot.
We also have this material in short stock sets at our shop for coffee and end tables at $6.00 a board foot for lengths in 24", 32", 34", and some longer ones that would make a nice sofa table.
 2.5x8 Circle Sawn White Oak
This batch is a little rough as we do remove any soft areas in our processing. There are a few real nice white oaks then some red oaks and soft maple or possibly popular. The white oak will probably make a nice table but the rest will make real interesting shelving.  Mostly around 7' long there are a few longer.
Washed and dried. 
4.00 to $7.00 a board foot depending on species, quantity, and quality.
 2x10 Circle Sawn White Oak
We have a decent batch of 2x10 white oak. Mostly 16' long. Nice circle saw marks but lighter color than usual. This material was white washed so it comes very clean with washing with little to no patina. It has been selling fast but not the straightest we have ever gotten.
Washed and dried and ready to install. 
The 2 worst ones left.
$5.50 $5.00 a board foot.
 2x8 Circle Sawn Pine Boards
Mostly 2x8 and some 2x6. Interesting circle sawn on two sides and planed smooth on 2 sides so you can use the side that works best for your application. Great for shelves, joists, or faux beams. We have a large quantity in random lengths from 8' to 17'6".
Washed and dried and ready to install. 
$4.00 to 5.00 a board foot depending on quality.
2x8x11' Rough Sawn White Pine
We got these glorious rough sawn white pine 2x8x11's not counting the tenon ends. These will make some great shelves and rustic tables. The character and color are beautiful. 
Washed and dried and ready to install. 
$5.50 to $6.00 a board foot depending on quantity.
Pine Threshing Boards
1.3/4" to 2" Pine threshing boards that have a great rustic appearance and wear due to being a softer wood. Threshing boards were used on the barn floor between the big barn door openings to support the weight of horses, wagons and tractors that pull in with the crop to be threshed. We have a good quantity of this material in random widths from 9" to 16" wide and 12' to 15'10". They have all the character you are looking for in barn wood. Great for tables, benches, and shelving.
Washed and dried and ready to install.
$5.00 to 6.00 a board foot depending on quality and width.
2.5"x9" Aged Smooth Douglas Fir
This is some gorgeous 2.5"x9" aged Douglas fir pine stock perfect for shelves or table tops. This has just the right amount of distressing and a beautiful aged patina.
We only have a few short shelves left at 3'6" to 3'9". 
Washed and dried and ready to install.
$7.00 a board foot or $13.13 a lineal foot.
$45.94 for a 3'6" piece
1x3 Red Oak Naily Trim Boards 
These are beautiful either side you chose and the perfect width for all your trim jobs. Being 1x3 naturally air dried hardwood they are not perfectly straight but easy to work around that with some back relief cuts. Which ever ones no one wants we plan to use in our show room and generally those are the cooler ones. Find it strange no one wants the gnarly ones but once they see them in our show room they will be jealous. Pictures of naily boards never do them justice. Must see these in person. 
$2.00 a lineal foot for decent quantities.
We will not go though the whole stack to find the perfect board.

1x3 Maple & White Oak Trim Boards 
Everybody is always calling for trim boards and we rarely get them. This is a nice batch of either white oak or maple depending on your décor. Any shorter than 6' will go for less. Again pictures of naily boards never do them justice. Must see these in person. 
$2.00 a foot for 7' and longer in decent quantities.
$1.50 a foot for lengths less than 7'.
Weathered Gray and Brown Trim Boards 
Finally! We get calls for this size boards all the time and never get it. Most old historic barn wood is wide plank but we got a few barns in a row that had 1x4 and 1x3 batten boards. We have it in 3.5" mostly washed weather brown with a touch of gray. And a 1x2.75" to 3" gray and some having just a touch of red around knots and such. Due to the demand the cost will be higher than general barn wood so that people who really need trim boards will get it and folks who are just looking to use it on a wall or other projects will go with the wider planks.
$1.50 to $2.00 a lineal foot depending on quantity.

Washed Weathered Oak Brown Board 
Washed weathered brown board is weathered gray siding washed to reveal the aged patina just below the surface. With this process we get a cleaned brown board with all the character of worn weathered siding. This batch just happens to be oak. Great for the projects you want that weathered character but need a cleaner material. This material is 1" thick. Mostly around 11" wide. Generally used on walls and shelves.
Washed and dried and ready to install.
We only have about 8 boards left 6' to 7'.
$5.00 a square foot.
1" Thick Mixed Hardwood
Mix of Ash, Elm, Maple, and some Oak. Most are circle sawn and tend to be more narrow than our pine like 4" to 8". We have a nice batch of miscellaneous random width short stock of 133 square feet we would like to sell as a lot for $4.00 a square foot. Around 4' to 7' mostly over 6'. Great for an accent wall. Hardwood tends to not be as straight as the pine so it will take some tooling by someone with some knowledge and skills. We get calls and clients show us pictures of this type of hardwood accent wall all the time from Pinterest and other design websites but they don't tell you how much work and skill has gone into it.
$4.00 to $5.00 a square foot depending on quantity and quality.
2X Oak
We have some circle sawn 2 inch thick oak from 8" to 10" wide. Random length. About a third of the oak is quarter sawn and has beautiful ray flecks. See some good samples of what these materials look like skim planed, full planed, quarter sawn planed, and polyurethaned on our Samples page. Great for tables and counters. Give us a call, email, or Product Request us with your needs and we will check to see what we have that works for your project.
Cleaned and dry.
$4.50 to $5.50 a board foot.
($9.00 to $11.00 a square foot)
Circle Sawn Pine 4x6
We get a lot of requests for 4"x6" material but seem to have a hard time getting it lately. Came across a lot of these white pine 4x6s used as girts, (the long boards or logs that wrap the barn for the siding to be nailed to). This material has no mortises and a nice distressed character and patina. Come and get them while we have them.
Washed and dried.
$5.50 to $7.00 a board foot depending on quantity.
Circle Sawn Elm 
We have a small quantity of circle sawn elm in 2"x10"x17'9" and a few 8" or shorter. Elm has a understated grain that is durable and perfect for furniture projects. Great for counters and furniture. Give us a call, email, or Product Request us with your needs and we will check to see what we have that works for your project.
Cleaned and dry.
$4.00 to $5.00 a board foot.
($8.00 to $10.00 a square foot)
3x4 and 4x4 Rustic Pine
We have good quantity of rough sawn and circle sawn 3"x4" and 4"x4" white pine beams from 4' to 14'. Great for architectural features like rustic studs, rafters, ceiling beams, brace beams, and the nicely distressed ones make great table legs. We have so many we are selling them at $4.00 a board foot for large quantities. That equals $5.33 a lineal foot. Give us a call with your needs and we can set up a time to meet.
Washed and dry and ready to install.
$4.00 a board foot for decent quantities otherwise $5.00 a bd ft.
Logs and Sleepers 
Logs and sleepers with and without bark in various sizes and species. Most are hewn on one or two sides. Great for log beams, pergolas and arbors, stair railings, log siding, and log furniture.
$3.00 a running foot.




Barn Pegs 
Barn pegs were used to hold the beams together in these antique barns. You can only get the pegs (trunnels) if you take apart an antique barn very carefully piece by piece. Trunnels were used  instead of nails in older turn of the century barns when people used what they could from the land. 
More interesting information about barn pegs, also known as trenails or trunnels can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treenail
$4.00 ea.



4-7"x7"x30" Hand Hewn White Oak Table Legs 
Got these beautiful 4-7x7 hand hewn white oak cut offs that are the perfect length for table legs to have no mortises. They measure 30" not including the mortise or tenon ends. Still upset we didn't think about it before we cut the first one into firewood or we would have had a fourth one with a tenon also to make a real cool statement. We left them on the three incase we come across another one that matches but the one thing about 1800s barns is each one is unique so chances are slim.
$204.00 for the set.