Barnwood: Domestic Hardwood
Barnwood is reclaimed material salvaged from old structures across the US, 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 can not 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.
|Origin of Wood Type||Typically Midwest U.S. Region|
|Botanical Name||Mixed Species in Barnwood|
|Avg. Weight Per BF||3.2 lbs|
|Color Range||Weather grey to brown, white, and weathered red|
|Rarity / Availability||CommonAvailableble|
|Typical Avg. Width||4 – 8 inches|
|Typical Avg. Length||4 – 12 feet|
|Avg. Waste Factor||25%|
|Wood Uses||Accent walls, sliding doors, furniture, and picture frames|
|Lumber Grades||Not graded|
|Other Trade Names||Reclaimed or Salvaged Lumber, Branwood|