Reclaimed Barnwood Plank
Sometime around the mid 18th century a farmer cleared an area of forest. He then logged the biggest, sturdiest oaks, hickory and maple he could find and thus a barn was raised. That barn lived an industrious existence. Cows, sheep, chickens, hay and feed storage that kept his family fed and the local economy growing. Time and weather took their toll on the structure and now it has been reclaimed and repurposed into this magnificent flooring. The marks of industry and the deep color of exposure to light for over a century can be found throughout this varied and durable floor. You will see amber yellows to warm, reddish browns to deep black colors of the remaining saw marks. Reclaim and repurpose your interior with this beautiful and historic choice of flooring. As with all our reclamied hardwood floors we recommend an organic oil finish that will protect and allow the natural colors to shine. Available in both engineered and solid options.
Details & Specifications
- Thickness: 1/2" or 3/4" Solid, 5/8" or 3/4" Engineered
- Widths: Single Widths OR Random Widths 3"-5", 3"-6", 4"-7", 4"-8", 5"-8", 6"-9", 6"-10"
- Lengths: 2' to 12'
- Finish: Unfinished or Prefinished (Natural Oil OR Matte/Satin Urethane)
- Janka Hardness: 1290 - 1360 (MAXIMUM HARDNESS)
- Best Value: 3"-6"
- Character: Knots (can be starburst/fractured), nail/bolt holes, insect mark, open void, sound crack/check, original remnant saw mark, slight thickness variation from board to board