Finished Product Examples
Library Shelves, Door and Center Display
Much of this home library was made from reclaimed or recycled materials. The bookshelves are made from reclaimed barn floor joists, all of pine. The home owner chose to plane each side of the joists for a smooth surface but left the nail holes on the outer edge to add a rustic look. The door was salvaged from an old home, repainted and turned into a pocket door. The center display of a terrarium is made from hand hewn pine beams. The brick for the hearth was recycled from an old building in Viola, Wisconsin.
Glass Block/Re-sawn Poplar Top Table
The supports for this table are made from reclaimed glass block. The table top is made from poplar beams resawn into tongue and groove boards.
Antique Reclaimed Flooring
Finished flooring. Made from barn roof or floor boards skip planed and made into tongue and groove flooring.
Landscaping with Clay Tile Block
Clay tile block from a barn foundation that we used as landscaping block.
Mixed Oak Flooring
This is a beautiful example of our mixed oak flooring made from reclaimed resawn barn beams.
Table Made From Reclaimed Timbers
This harvest table is made entirely from reclaimed oak timbers. It has a beautiful and unique look.
Tiny house that was built with mostly reclaimed, recycled building material from us. The siding came from a historic fish house in Sheboygan, WI that we took down. The tin on the roof is recycled from an old shed. The interior has reclaimed flooring, as well as re-sawn oak for the shelves, door trim and counters. The tin on the doors and lower portion of the exterior is from an old barn. So many exciting ways to use reclaimed, recycled building material!
Barn Board Wall Cladding
Wall cladding that is a mixture of barn board siding and interior boards in a range of colors, random widths (3"-7"). Choice of tongue & groove or straightline.