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SOURCE STORY: SURFRIDER REDWOOD

SOURCE STORY: SURFRIDER REDWOOD

Anthology Woods Surfrider Redwood collection pays homage to the early days of surfing in the mainland US with beachy distressed skip-planed wall paneling. The first surfers along the West Coast fashioned their boards from long and heavy pieces of redwood harvested in the Santa Cruz Mountains, and those same 140 year old boards are still intact today, epitomizing the durability and longevity of this prized wood.

Source Story: Sawmill Oak

Source Story: Sawmill Oak

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. 

Anthology Woods RECLAIMED OAK Featured in 2016 IDEA Award Winning Project

Anthology Woods' Grey Medley Wall Cladding was featured in a corporate project by Neumann Monson Architects awarded the 2016 International Interior Design Association Award for Corporate and Best in Show categories. 

Photos: living room with weathered wood wall

Picture time!  Northwest Blend Weathered Wood Wall Paneling Installation

Contemporary Florida residence embraces the look of a reclaimed wood wall.

We love it when our clients send us photos of their finished spaces!  Brian in Florida used Anthology Woods Northwest Blend wood cladding to line the back of his custom entertainment center.  His architect and designer did a great job framing the rustic weathered wood in a clean and refined manner for the contemporary residence.  The weathered wood wall paneling lends a casual edge to the neatly built white cabinets and shelves.  This is Northwest Blend in fixed 5" widths:

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Photos provided by home owner.  For information on Northwest Blend wall cladding, reach out to us!  

Have installation photos to share?  Please email us!  info@anthologywoods.com