Hand Hewn Beams: Aged Naturally

Reviewed by:
Rosemary Thornton
These beams were first used at least a century ago in barns, outbuildings or houses and they have the worm holes and scars to prove it.

Based in Boyertown, Pennsylvania, this company salvages old wood by carefully dismantling vintage structures. Beam sizes range from 3" by 5" up to 10" by 10" and wood choices are oak, hemlock, pine, poplar and more.

The salvaged lumber has a natural patina and a few original imperfections, such as mortise holes, nail holes and minor cracks.

Prices begin at $4.75 per running foot.

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