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Reclaimed Hand Hewn Wood Beams
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Reclaimed Wood Box Beams

Reclaimed Box Beams and Reclaimed Wood Beams

Transform your Space with Reclaimed Box Beams and Solid Reclaimed Wood Beams

Add a touch of history and charm to your projects with vintage reclaimed box beams and solid reclaimed wood beams. This wood boasts a rich and unique history, spanning anywhere from 50 to 200 years. Sourced from old buildings, barns, and factories, they offer distinctive character and authenticity.

Create spaces that are warm and timeless for both residential and commercial projects. With a range of sizes and finishes, our beams evoke the spirit of our shared pioneering spirit. Balance contemporary materials with the warmth and character of vintage reclaimed wood.


Hand Hewn Beams

Oak Hewn Beams
Oak Hand Hewn Beams (BM100)

With their natural tones & hand-crafted texture, Oak Hand Hewn box and solid beams are all unique. The character marks of the original construction make this a popular and enduring choice.

Mixed Hardwoods Beams
Hand Hewn Mixed Hardwood Beams (BM101)

Mixed Hardwood Hand Hewn box and solid beams include a variety of species, offering a range of textural variations & color possibilities.


Planed Beams

Oak Planed Beams (BM111)

A classic choice and our most popular Planed and Box Planed Beam. Our Reclaimed Planed Oak wood beams highlight a patina and character not normally found in non-reclaimed wood.

Walnut Planed box beam with the Barcelona stain (BM115BA)
Walnut Planed Beams (BM115)

Our Planed Walnut Box Beams highlight the beautiful grain of the Walnut. With a finish, these beams become a stunning addition to any environment.

Installation shot of Douglas Fir Planed beams (BM113)
Douglas Fir Planed Box Beam (BM113)

Showcasing the beautiful grain of Douglas Fir, these beams are available as-is, with one of our standard finishes or with a custom stain to match your design.


Rough Sawn Beams

Oak Rough Sawn Beams (BM103)

Our most popular Rough Sawn Box and Solid Beams, the tannins in Oak produce a range of colors, from light tan to dark chocolate brown and feature the original circular saw marks from their construction.

Douglas Fir Rough Sawn Beams (BM105)

A testament to the fierce beauty of their native Pacific Northwest, Rough Sawn Douglas Fir box and solid beams boast warm brown tones.

Mixed Hardwood Rough Sawn Beams (BM104)

We carefully select species that work together for our Mixed Hardwood Rough Sawn Box and Solid Beams. These beams are lighter in color and range from tan to medium brown.

Pine Rough Sawn Beam (BM106)

For cooler shades of brown, consider the versatility of Rough Sawn Pine Box and Solid Beams. Here, you’ll find a wider palette of earth tones, from bright sand to golden hues and on through to the more medium browns.

Cedar Rough Sawn Mushroom (BM1014)

The planks these beams are made from are reclaimed from Cedar bins used to grow mushrooms- the interaction creates a dimensional surface, giving these beams a rustic eye-catching texture.

Walnut Rough Sawn Beams (BM107)

Our Rough Sawn Walnut Box Beams have a consistently cool brown color, with character unlike any other wood, ranging from medium brown to richer shades and feature the original saw marks from their construction.


Weathered Grey Beams

Weathered Pine Box Beam (BM116)

Our Weathered Grey Pine Box Beams show exposure to the elements. This causes the wood grain to begin to open up showing depth as well as turning the material a range of beautiful shades of grey.


Resawn Beams

Oak Resawn Beams (BM108)

Oak Resawn Box and Solid beams offer the same consistent color as that of Oak planed beams yet with a more rustic surface. These beams are offered as-is, with one of our standard finishes or with a custom stain to match your design.

Mixed Hardwood Resawn Beams (BM109)

Resawn beams offer the same consistent color as that of planed beams. What distinguishes resawn beams is at the time the boards had the original face sawn off they were not planed.