The Campbell project pictured below has a feature wall of reclaimed wood in the Northwest Blend color range. The solid wall planking is milled with a tongue & groove edge for easy, precise installation, and is kiln-dried to avoid issues with insects or moisture.
Anthology Woods is excited to share photos of this re-built guest cottage in Ashland, Oregon filled with 100 year old reclaimed wood re-used from the original structure.
When an Ashland couple contacted Coleman Creek Construction to re-build the cozy guest cottage adjoining their southern Oregon residence, it was observed that some of the existing wood in the structure might be re-usable. A visit from Anthology Woods confirmed a considerable quantity of wood could be reclaimed, re-milled, and truly reincarnated for another life in the new structure! Michael Hodgin of Coleman Creek saw to the careful deconstruction of the vintage structure circa 1900 and brought it to Anthology Woods where the task of removing metals began. After metal removal, the wood was cut to a consistent 5" wide plank retaining the original antique rustic aged patina -- a unique wood look earned only through age and exposure.
The reclaimed wood was fastened to the walls and the homeowners chose to paint a portion of it white to brighten the interior - retaining the naturally weathered face on a feature wall that runs continuous through two levels & into a vaulted ceiling. The soft natural texture of reclaimed wood both warms the space and absorbs more sound than sheet-rocked walls would.
Coleman Creek also created reclaimed wood floating shelves from old joists in the building, to reside in the kitchen & bathroom. A sliding barn door provides access to the bathroom, and was also custom-built from salvaged wood in the project.
Finally, a storage loft was created in the vaulted ceiling, for which reclaimed Douglas Fir beam lumber was sourced from Anthology Woods. The large reclaimed beams serve both an aesthetic and structural purpose upstairs, and enclose a comfortable sleeping space below.
This charming and light-filled space was once a dilapidated structure, and now provides a restful guest house that utilizes recycled materials from the original building!