fine aged reclaimed wood

We offer a wide selection of exquisite, bespoke reclaimed wood flooring sourced from around the world—from the United States to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Indonesia.

Our products include reclaimed Indonesian Teak, rustic barn Oak, Wormy Chestnut, Australian Iron Bark, and CVG Douglas fir to name a few. All our wood products are milled on-site and we can custom-tailor the flooring according to your preference. Many products are available either solid or engineered and patterns include the wide-plank, narrow plank, random widths, herringbone, and parquet.

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Antique timber adds durability, charm and character to your space. Reclaimed wood is not only stylish but it also comes with a history. It adds a new level of intrigue to your home or business establishment. Imagine the excitement of being able to tell your family or customers that your flooring was taken from a century-old chapel!

For some, using reclaimed wood is an eco-conscious choice. Instead of harvesting a new growth tree to be cut and milled for lumber, you are recycling wood and taking them off of landfills—definitely, a win-win for anyone hoping to do their part in saving the environment and being able to achieve a rustic, classy looking home.


Lay the boards on the floor where you wish to install them. This should give you a preview of how your new wood floors will look like. You may also want to use different boards to create a different look.

Remember that each reclaimed wood plank has its own character. Some wood pieces have several knots while others would have very dark spots in certain places. Some pieces also have missing chunks, as is common with years of wear. Be strategic and use your own judgment on where you’re going to place those pieces of wood specifically.

To install, make sure you glue the back over 5″ wide using construction adhesive including the knots. It is recommended to use epoxy or fiberglass resin in areas where there are missing chunks of wood.

Once the planks are installed, it’s time for finishing. You’ll want to inspect how your floor is looking before you get started with the finishing process. Make sure all knots are filled before sanding.

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If you’re searching for a particular look that you don’t see in our galleries or product pages, feel free to send over an “inspiration image” along with your material list and there’s a good chance we can come up with a good solution for you! Our inventory changes regularly so it’s important to contact us early in the design stages of your project to allow us enough time to round up the materials and custom mill them if needed.