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.