Source Story: Sawmill Oak

SAWMILL OAK: BARN TO TABLE RECLAIMED WOOD

wood with a rich history adds the ultimate Rustic and distressed feel to flooring, cladding and custom wood applications

One of the barns in the Eastern US disassembled for our Sawmill Oak product.

One of the barns in the Eastern US disassembled for our Sawmill Oak product.

Interior of an old barn taken down as a source of our Sawmill Oak.

Interior of an old barn taken down as a source of our Sawmill Oak.

Sawmill Oak has rich and rustic character, including saw-trace marks, nail holes and deep grooves.

Sawmill Oak has rich and rustic character, including saw-trace marks, nail holes and deep grooves.

Sawmill Oak is sourced in the eastern and midwest regions of the U.S. from structures that have outlived their usefulness and are slated for demolition or deconstruction. Agricultural buildings, like barns and outbuildings, are a primary source of domestic hardwoods, as well as factories, warehouses and other structures. 

Our Sawmill Oak gives a lively impression of reclaimed wood with a history. Showing strong forms of character, including deep grooves, sawmill marks, nail holes, checks and oxide stains, this wood celebrates the pastoral antiquity of the structures initially built from them.

This red and white oak mix is great for flooring, cladding, stair treads, tables and unique custom applications. Sawmill Oak is available in 3", 4" and 5" mixed width standard product, with single or mixed widths up to 10" wide available. Don’t hesitate to give us a call or email us about any questions or inquiries regarding this or other Anthology Woods products.


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