Reclaimed Wood Planks – Walls With A Story
Walls With A Story has a variety of reclaimed wood planks for sale, for use in wood accent walls or other decorative wood projects such as frames, art, bars, counter tops and more. We sell reclaimed wood planks nationwide with FREE SHIPPING. Our reclaimed wood planks are 100% authentic lumber retrieved and reclaimed from century-old barns in the Tennessee Valley & Great Smoky Mountain area. Our reclaimed wood planks come in single or mixed-widths, with rough sawn or skim sanded finishes and with a variety of colors, styles and options. All reclaimed wood planks for sale comes with free shipping and there is no sales tax, except for residents of Tennessee. *minimum order is 25 square feet
What is reclaimed wood?
Reclaimed wood planks are processed wood retrieved from its original application for purposes of subsequent use. Most reclaimed wood comes from timbers and decking rescued from old barns, factories and warehouses, and sometimes less traditional structures such as boxcars, coal mines and wine barrels. What is reclaimed wood used for? It’s used primarily for decoration and is popular today for its use in unique wood accent walls.
Barn Wood and Reclaimed Wood Planks have recently become tremendously popular products for use in a variety of DIY projects. Reclaimed wood is popular for many reasons: the wood’s unique appearance, its contribution to green building or LEED certification, the history of the wood’s origins and the wood’s physical quality characteristics such as strength, stability and durability. The unique, one-of-a-kind look, rustic feel and character-filled planks of reclaimed wood lend well to wood projects of all size and shape and allow users to achieve a finished piece that simply can’t be replicated with new or engineered wood products. Creative DIYers all over the place have incorporated reclaimed wood into stunning accent walls, wainscoting, ceilings, floors, stairs, beams, shelves, cabinets, frames, wall art, islands, bars and more. Beyond aesthetic appeal and utility, reclaimed wood is also valued as an eco-friendly product, which creates no new waste, emissions or harmful byproducts.