Over 100 years ago, these yellow pine planks were used as roof boards in Baltimore rowhouses. Left untouched, these boards exhibit a gorgeous patina in brown and gray hues, accentuated by saw marks and nail holes that attest to their pedigree. When planed down, deep honey colors are revealed. This material is extraordinarily versatile: use it for flooring, accent walls, or table-tops.
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Our rough sawn pine planks, all reclaimed from 100+ year old rowhouses, feature a nice blend of colors, textures, and surfaces
In this application, we milled our boards into wide-plank flooring, showing off the warm tones and undeniable character of the wood.
For this project, we clean planed our pine planks, bringing the wood back to its initial color while showcasing the nail holes and ferrous stains that attest to the history of the material
For this project, we milled our pine planks to a uniform thickness, leaving the surface untouched save for a light sanding, creating a beautiful blend of dark hues that complements the lighter tones used in this barn remodel.