Ceiling Material

Why stop on the outside? Interior walls and ceilings come to life with character when clad in our grey, brown, red, or hand hewn options with custom milled profiles to suit your project’s needs.

Reclaimed wood really shines in ceiling applications, where designers can choose personalized milling options to bring out the old growth character from a variety of textures and species.

Weathered grey pine hardwood ceiling panels get a chance to stretch out in this open space ski lodge application, complementing reclaimed 50% original surface finish oak flooring.

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Common surface finishes range from freshly smooth planed to a more rustic wire brush only application.
Common surface finishes range from freshly smooth planed to a more rustic wire brush only application.
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Douglas fir timbers were slabbed and smoothed planed into interior paneling for this ceiling of a Patagonia retail store in Snowmass, Colorado.
 
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For a  more rustic look, these mixed hardwood barn boards were milled to leave 50% of their original surface texture, matched with original hand hewn timbers and 25% original surface texture mixed oak flooring.
For a  more rustic look, these mixed hardwood barn boards were milled to leave 50% of their original surface texture, matched with original hand hewn timbers and 25% original surface texture mixed oak flooring.
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Wall Paneling

Designing your interior space with barn wood offers a range of options in a variety of species and wood tones, from rustic wired brushed original patins to freshly planed clean textures. However you choose to showcase reclaimed wall panels, their old growth characteristics will make your project stand out and give new character to your home.
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If you’ve ever walked into an old barn then you know that the interior barn boards are the same as the exterior. We blend your interior and exterior design elements with personalized species, surface texture, and joinery selection.

This palette of mixed hardwoods shows how unique each barn siding board can be while creating an overall look of cohesiveness customized to homeowner needs.

If you’ve ever walked into an old barn then you know that the interior barn boards are the same as the exterior. We blend your interior and exterior design elements with personalized species, surface texture, and joinery selection.

This palette of mixed hardwoods shows how unique each barn siding board can be while creating an overall look of cohesiveness customized to homeowner needs.

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While exterior barn siding is usually left with 100% or its original surface texture, interior barn wood applications are usually cleaner and less rustic than exterior applications, with either 0%, 25%, or 50% of the original surface texture remaining.

The hand hewn timbers used in this wall application adds a unique craft-made feel that complements the modern design with alternating light and dark timbers.

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Specifications

  • Widths

    Customers can choose random or specific widths from 8″ to 12″

  • Lengths

    3′ to 12′

  • Thickness

    3/4″ to 5/8″

  • Standard Milled Profiles

    Tongue & Groove, Shiplap, Straight-line Rip

  • Kiln Drying

    The kiln drying process ensures a stabilized finished product that won’t shrink or cup after installation when stored in recommended conditions. All siding that is milled must be kiln dried to 6%–8% moisture content to ensure cooperation with our machines.

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