Reclaimed Flooring, Stair Parts, and Accessories
Combining History & Nature, One Board At A Time
Each piece of reclaimed wood has a story to tell. Oak, Tobaccowood Pine and Chestnut from beams and barn siding are full of character and a tight grain pattern you’ll love. The wood used as fencing becomes a shining floor full of knots, swirls, and a weathered look. Barns used for heat curing tobacco yield flooring with a beautiful tobacco colored patina that warms up any room.
Nature and history shine through Shenandoah Kitchen & Home hardwood floors. We make our floors one board at a time, selectively evaluating each piece for flaws or imperfections. We custom mill and size the boards to fit your preferences for aesthetics and performance. Together, we bring a warm, inviting sense of history into your home.
Stair Parts & Accessories
The use of antique wood or reclaimed wood for stair parts and accessories, trim, base molding and casing is a beautiful way to add historical character and warmth to your home. Antique wood molding and trim allows you to express your own personal style, and bring out the best in your home’s architectural features.
Wood Flooring Options
Reclaimed Antique American Oak:
Here is a material much like Chestnut that has a great story to tell! It can be re-sawn from old beams or milled down from siding, or maintain a mixture of distressed surfaces and reveal some smooth surfaces or be completely original barn siding. This material is a mix of both red and white oak. The character of this flooring includes knots, nail-holes and brown and black patinas. This wood is very old contains a fair amount of tighter grain. Random widths 3″ to 9″, Random Lengths 1′ to 12′ (average 5′)
Horse Country Oak:
Old equine fencing is recycled to make this flooring. It is set aside because of the grey and black color that these boards have when they arrive at the mill. Horse Country Oak has a medium to high knot content, giving the floor a very rustic look. The floor has a very unique look with the mixture of the red and white oak, along with the black patina from paint and weathering. Width 4 1/2″, Random Lengths 1′ to 8′ (average 4′ 6″)
For the first two centuries in American history, the economy of the southern states thrived on tobacco. Farmers across the southeast constructed a large open barn to hand and heat cure their tobacco. These barns, and others like them, yield a mix of pines with a beautiful tobacco colored patina and saw kerf from the rough and rugged sawmills that cut the lumber.
Made from the wood of century-old buildings, this flooring has matchless character and color. This material comes from both industry buildings and old barns from across the country. This lumber has heartwood, knots, and nail holes. Random widths 3″ – 9″, Random lengths 1′ – 12′ (average 5′)