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Reclaimed Wood Flooring

Mother Nature started on your hardwood floor over 400 years ago, and she trusts us to finish the job. Read More...

Reclaimed Wide Plank Flooring with a story all its own.

Historic wide plank flooring reclaimed from 100+ year old barns and wooden structures.

From Weathered Barns to Stunning Interiors:

Reclaimed Wood Flooring with a Story to Tell

Once a beam in a farmer's barn, a supporting joist for a warehouse roof or a hand-hewn girder in a stable, no two pieces of reclaimed wood are exactly alike. Harvested decades and even centuries ago from slow-growth, virgin timber, aged wood offers an authentic and exceptionally tight wood grain with a rich, naturally weathered color and patina that cannot be duplicated today.

New Life for America’s Old Wooden Structures

Blend the Sustainability of Reclaimed Wood into Your Story

Whether you're building a rustic cabin retreat or renovating a modern urban dwelling, Olde Wood's 100-percent reclaimed hardwood flooring can help you create an enduring space that's as unique as your taste.

Installing reclaimed wood floors also demonstrates your dedication to preserving our nation's past, as well as furthering its present goals for sustainability. All our materials qualify for LEED points under the materials and resources category and are guaranteed to last.

A Wood Flooring Style for Every Project

From the enduring beauty of reclaimed oak floors to the swirling colors of reclaimed hickory, to the charm of reclaimed maple and the rustic comfort of reclaimed pine flooring – Nature has given Olde Wood a palette rich with texture, color and depth.

Each wood species has distinct characteristics, whether it’s the grain pattern, the coloring, the texture, or the knots and swirls that give wood its unique charm. No matter which wood species you choose, you’ll enjoy a craftsmanship that can only be achieved by Nature and our artisans working together.

Antique Wood Flooring

A Rich History Entwined with America’s Own

Inspect our reclaimed floor planks by hand and you’ll discover the rustic detail you’ll only find in authentic antique flooring: Saw marks and nail holes made a century ago, naturally weathered wood from the exterior of a barn, and the tight grain patterns distinctive to antique hardwoods.

Many of the historic barns from which our reclaimed woods are salvaged were raised when the Midwest and Appalachians were still part of the American frontier. The trees from which these planks were milled grew here long before settlers built their homesteads. Each antique floor plank you buy from our reclaimed flooring collection has a history deeply entwined with America’s own early chapters.

Find Your Perfect Reclaimed Floor Today!

Let us put our decades of experience milling wide plank flooring to work for you. Browse our reclaimed flooring collection, then give us a call so we can help you craft the floor of your dreams.

How much does reclaimed wood flooring cost?

Reclaimed wood flooring prices vary based on wood species; board width and length; plank thickness; and finish options. We custom quote our prices because we are a custom flooring mill, meaning each of our flooring products is crafted to your specifications. Find out more about reclaimed flooring prices: Request a quote for your project.

Is refurbished wood flooring the same as reclaimed wood flooring?

Typically, when people talk about refurbishing a wood floor, they’re talking about restoring the appearance of an existing wood floor. However, the term has mixed meanings, and some people use the phrase “refurbished wood floors” to describe what we generally refer to as reclaimed wood flooring.

What is salvaged flooring?

Most people use the phrase “salvaged wood flooring” interchangeably with the phrase “reclaimed flooring.” Our reclaimed wood products are salvaged from barns and other historic structures after they’ve reached the end of their functional lifespan. When you buy salvaged hardwood floors from Olde Wood Ltd., you’re buying a sustainable flooring product with a rich heritage and an origin story as enduring as our nation’s own.

What are the benefits of recycled wood flooring?

When you buy reclaimed flooring, you’re contributing to sustainability in your home or business. Mass-produced hardwood floors generate waste, consume energy, and often promote unsustainable timber harvesting practices. By buying recycled wood flooring milled from reclaimed barn wood and other recycled structures, you preserve a valuable natural resource. Plus, each reclaimed wood plank is unique, so your recycled hardwood flooring will be truly one-of-a-kind.

I’m looking for inspiration…where can I find photos of reclaimed wood floors?

Check out our flooring photo galleries!