Hand Hewn Cladding
The beams we salvage from 19th century barns were often hand hewn, meaning they were sized into rough shape with axes and adzes. We preserve this textured and history-rich surface by sawing off the faces of century-old beams and creating a wall cladding that pays tribute to the work of yesteryear.
Widths: Available in uniform or variable widths from 3 – 8″
Lengths: Random lengths from 3 – 12′
Profile: Square edge
Character: Prominent tool markings, surface checking
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