American antique wood is a precious commodity — what exists today is a finite amount. This aged wood comes from virgin forestry that once canopied the Eastern shore to the Mississippi River. The trees cut down in the 1700s and 1800s were already hundreds of years old when they were needed as lumber to make barns and other structures. Today, American barns are the only places that hold the last remnants of this wood.
Old wood has to be handled differently because of its unique and authentic nature. Our material is comfortable, beautiful, and historic. Whatever we create with this wood is inherently one of a kind and we think that’s the perfect way to honor its history.