Barn Wood | Reclaimed Collection
Our barn wood is reclaimed from barns across the nation and is the perfect choice for an authentic reclaimed look. Offered in various widths and colors, it’s a great product for wallboarding, paneling, and more. Meticulously salvaged from agricultural buildings throughout New England and the the Mid-Atlantic.
Barn board’s surface is naturally textured and weathered by the elements, so the thickness of these boards is rarely uniform. Thickness of barn boards generally varies from ½” to 4/4”, with outlier portions of some boards thinner or thicker.
The color of barn board varies, depending on the type of exposure the siding experienced, and whether or not it was painted during its lifetime.
Originally sawn to protect crops, livestock, equipment, and farm materials from the elements, each board is now unique in character, color, and weathering pattern. Barn board is a highly sought-after wall paneling for restaurants, bars, and homes.
We reclaim old barn wood siding by carefully dismantling barns and other wooden structures in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and New Hampshire. Each plank is hand-inspected and denailed, kiln-dried to remove moisture and impurities, and then precision milled into distinctive wood of strength, character and durability.