Barnwood: Domestic Hardwood

Barnwood is reclaimed material salvaged from old structures across the U.S., particularly from old barns located in the Midwest region. Material is de-nailed and kiln-dried before being sold.

Highly sought after for its character that cannot be replicated with new materials, barnwood offers a uniquely rustic look to any home or piece of furniture. This wood is often used for accent walls, sliding barn doors, and unique pieces of furniture.

Characteristics

Origin of Wood TypeTypically Midwest U.S. Region
Botanical NameMixed Species in Barnwood
Specific Gravity.24
Avg. Weight Per BF3.2 lbs
Color RangeWeather grey to brown, white, and weathered red
Rarity / AvailabilityCommonAvailableble
Typical Avg. Width4 – 8 inches
Typical Avg. Length4 – 12 feet
Avg. Waste Factor25%
Wood UsesAccent walls, sliding doors, furniture, and picture frames
Lumber GradesNot graded
Other Trade Names Reclaimed or Salvaged Lumber, Branwood

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