Antique Douglas Fir Reclaimed Wood Tops

A light reddish-brown pine with prominent growth rings and a slightly lighter sapwood, Douglas Fir is predominantly straight grained, but often wavy or spiral. The texture is medium and uniform. Harvested in the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, Douglas Fir is to this day a very important tree species, utilized for any application from structural timbers to furniture making.

Antique Elm Reclaimed Wood Tops

Light in color with heartwood ranging from light tan to a medium reddish-brown, Elm has a straight long grain pattern and very attractive figure. American Elm was the most widely planted shade tree from the Civil War until the early 20th Century.

Antique Heart Pine Reclaimed Wood Tops

One of our most popular woods, Heart Pine is sought after for its rich gold, orange-red and pumpkin tones derived from the heart of the southern yellow pine species. Sapwood is a creamier, pinkish-tan and growth rings are dark, dense and very conspicuous. Derived from the ‘Heart’ of the southern yellow pine trunk, it is the heaviest and hardest softwood in the world and is excellent for any application.

Antique Heart Pine Rustic Reclaimed Wood Tops

One of our most popular woods, Heart Pine is sought after for its rich gold, orange-red and pumpkin tones derived from the heart of the southern yellow pine species. Sapwood is a creamier, pinkish-tan and growth rings are dark, dense and very conspicuous. Derived from the ‘Heart’ of the southern yellow pine trunk, it is the heaviest and hardest softwood in the world and is excellent for any application.

Antique Hickory Reclaimed Wood Tops

The sapwood is very pale and wide, with a dark reddish-brown sapwood. Antique reclaimed hickory has richer tones and imperfections, sometimes with wormholes, making it one of our most stunning antique woods. Usually straight grained, but occasionally wavy or irregular, hickory has a somewhat coarse texture. Hickory is a very strong wood that, if treated well, will last a lifetime with minimal wear.

Antique Oak Reclaimed Wood Tops

A mixture of domestic red and white American Oaks. Oak is one of the 'cornerstone' woods in North America and world-wide. The mix of the reddish orange tones of red oak complement well with the gold and light brown hues of the white oak, making this floor a classic choice.

Antique Oak Rustic Reclaimed Wood Tops

A mixture of domestic red and white American Oaks. Oak is one of the 'cornerstone' woods in North America and world-wide. The mix of the reddish orange tones of red oak complement well with the gold and light brown hues of the white oak, making this floor a classic choice.

Antique Walnut Reclaimed Wood Tops

Heartwood is rich dark brown to purplish in color with a lighter tan sapwood. Colors in antique walnut become a little more subtle with age, yet produce an amber depth that is unmatched. It is usually straight grained and texture is coarse and uniform. Antique reclaimed Walnut is a rare wood, found occasionally in mixed wood barns from the 1800’s.

Antique White Oak Reclaimed Wood Tops

The sapwood is lighter than the hardwood, which is a light tan to yellow-brown. White oak is usually straight grained, but can be often irregular or cross-grained. It has a slightly less coarse texture than red oak and has been widely used throughout history as a cornerstone wood for most any application. Antique reclaimed white oak develops a richer, more golden tone than its newly harvested counterpart and growth ring density is far greater.