Hand-Hewn Reclaimed Timber from the 1800s

Hand-Hewn Reclaimed Timber from the 1800s

Hand-hewn, reclaimed timber are a popular choice among architects and designers who want to give their projects a unique, historic look.

These timbers are salvaged from old buildings such as factories, mills, and warehouses that have reached the end of their useful life. Before being repurposed, the timbers may be cleaned, de-nailed, and milled to remove any rot or damage. The age and weathered appearance of the wood can add character and charm to everything from flooring and furniture to wall paneling and ceiling beams. Additionally, using reclaimed timbers is an eco-friendly choice as it diverts material from the waste stream and prevents the need to harvest new trees.

Moreover, reclaimed timber is a perfect choice for those who appreciate craftsmanship and the allure of history. The unique colors, textures, and grains found in reclaimed timber cannot be replicated with new wood, offering a truly unique and authentic look to any home.

It is important to ensure that reclaimed timbers are sourced from reputable vendors who can verify their origin and condition to ensure they are safe and structurally sound for use.

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