From the Barn Beam to the Board Room

One of the best parts of our job is seeing the transformation that can take place when old, worn and weathered materials are re-imagined in a new form, and placed in a completely different setting.  Take for example barn beams that are removed from a decaying, crumbling structure, and then placed in a clean and contemporary modern office space.  Along the way those beams may go through many processes: de-nailing, re-sawing, ripping, planing, molding, etc. and emerge from other side as completely different looking products.  

Other times, simply juxtaposing a rough and rustic element in a unusual setting is enough to create a stunning, and eye-catching element.  The effect can be truly amazing!  We love helping clients find the "right" material for their space, and we love sharing the story of how that look came to be.

 

Rough weathered Grey Medley Oak from Anthology Woods is juxtaposed with modern, clean lines for a dramatic effect in this installation designed by Neumann Monson Architects. (photo courtesy of Neumann Monson Architects)

Rough weathered Grey Medley Oak from Anthology Woods is juxtaposed with modern, clean lines for a dramatic effect in this installation designed by Neumann Monson Architects. (photo courtesy of Neumann Monson Architects)

Anthology Woods is comprised of experts in the industry.  We know how to connect the dots better than anyone else. We take pride in turning something old into something new.

From the barn beam to the boardroom.

From Low Brow to High Rise.

From the chicken house to the penthouse.

From down and dirty to high and mighty.

From rustic to modern. Dirty to clean. 

Anthology Woods can deliver.

We make it easy to integrate Anthology Woods into every element in your project. From inspiration to implementation Anthology Woods will make sure your job is done correctly. On time. On budget. For designers, architects, contractors, homeowners. For you.

Give us a call or drop us a line www.anthologywoods.com