Real Antique Wood on CNBC's
Billion Dollar Buyer
We were thrilled to be featured in the January 3rd episode of CNBC’s Billion Dollar Buyer!
Chairman and CEO of Landry’s, Inc. and host of the program Tilman Fertitta oversees a number of nationally known dining and entertainment brands, including McCormick & Schmick’s and Golden Nugget Hotels & Casinos. With these and other businesses under his purview, he has tremendous buying power.
In each episode, he spends time with two small businesses, sampling their products and getting to know their owners. After sharing his expertise and pushing for improvements to the firms’ products, Fertitta decides whether to place a significant purchase order with one of the companies, both or neither.
We are so grateful for the amazing experience we had with Tilman! Click here to watch the full episode.
Real Antique wood on news 12 nj
News 12 NJ came to do a story about us and our award winning black walnut floor! Click to watch.
REAL ANTIQUE WOOD ON HGTV'S
AMERICA'S MOST DESPERATE KITCHENS
In April 2016 we filmed an episode of America's Most Desperate Kitchens with our long time pals Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri. The episode featured these gorgeous original moon and stars barn planks that were used for a pantry door as well as lots more of our antique, reclaimed wood.
Real Antique wood's
wood floor of the year
Our live edge black walnut flooring made the front cover of the June/July issue of Hardwood Floors magazine. Click the photo to read the story!
real antique wood in
(201) Home magazine
Real Antique Wood was mentioned in the June issue of (201) Home magazine. We made many pieces for HGTV star John Colaneri’s contemporary barn home. Read the full article here.
2015 NWFA FLOOR OF THE YEAR
Winning Floor of the Year 2015 is something we feel honored about every day! The story of our live edge, black walnut floor and staircase has been around the world and back again. Read more here.
Real Antique Wood's Viral Floor
In March 2015 we posted this picture of our live-edge flooring to our Facebook page and it went viral! Read Wood Floor Business Magazine's story here.