Where to Find Reclaimed Wood Floors Siding and Beams
Real Antique Wood Mill is a full-service custom mill providing authentic reclaimed wood products. We pride ourselves in QUALITY, SERVICE and MEETING DEADLINES. IF YOU HAVE THE VISION…WE CAN CREATE IT!
Our Custom Mill offers authentic historic wood for you to create your own masterpiece. We can tell you where EVERY timber came from! Our staff can help you find the right wood for your project. Rustic wide plank wood flooring or end grain cobble blocks can quickly bring charm to your home. Wood fireplace mantels or wooden beams can give your home a rustic feel with all the modern conveniences. Our reclaimed timbers can be made into the perfect table to compliment your home’s decor. From wide plank flooring, ceiling beams, custom furniture to outdoor wooden structures, Real Antique Wood Mill can bring it all to you! We are proud to say that all of our products are made in the U.S.A.
Decorative & Structural Ceiling Beams
Wide Plank Flooring
Exterior Timber Structures (Pavilions, Porticoes, Gazebos, Arbors, Trellises & More)
Production Tables for Restaurants
Custom Hand Crafted Furniture
Custom Farm & Communal Tables
End Grain Wood Tiles
Corbels & Brackets
Reclaimed Tin Roof Panels
Timber Truss Manufacturing
Antique Windows, Shutters, & Doors
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Highly Figured Antique Maple Flooring Wow, this is beautiful material for flooring. Mixed maple species; rock maple, sugar maple and Birdseye maple all highly figured. This material is for sale, immediate delivery. This material came from a machine shop in Bloomfield, NJ, circa 1900. Interestedly, a family uncle worked in this shop making war materials […]
Antique Douglas Fir Beams circa 1900 We have some special material available for sale in limited supply. We harvested these from a Paterson, NJ mill and they are extraordinarily beautiful and high quality. We have in stock 10,000 board feet: 3.5 x 11″ by 18′ long 4.5 x 11″ by 21′ long 7 x13″ by […]
Work began Sunday to dismantle this century old barn located in Attica Ohio. This barn was originally part of a working farm at one time. All of the lumber, including the barn wood paneling, timber frame beams, and barn doors are all taken down by hand…one plank of wood at a time to ensure that […]
Where to find reclaimed antique wood? Right here, we stock over 1 Million board feet. Real Antique Wood Mill, stocks many different species of wood, pine, oak, walnut, hemlock, chestnut and more. We stock barn siding and paneling, antique barn beams, planks and slabs, hardware, shutters, and barn doors. We have a lot of superior […]
The Barn, built in the early 1900′s, was renovated in 1988 and is L shaped. Original elements such as steel trolleys for stacking hay, wooden floors, and the silo remain. It was originally a working farm of more than 500 acres. It now sits on 5 1/2 acres with great views. The Barn has nearly […]
Project Spot Light: Rustic Reclaimed Antique Wood Transforms Facez Spa & Salon When Jacqueline Catanese opened up her Facez Spa and Salon in a 200 year old canal house in Montville, NJ, she wanted a rustic and historic look and feel to the studio. The final result is nothing short of spectacular. Floors The floating […]
Anthony runs long lengths of reclaimed antique wood through the planer to prepare them for flooring and siding. Real Antique Wood Mill has complete milling services available on site. Come by for a tour and see more than a million board feet of Antique Reclaimed wood we have in stock ready for immediate delivery. Saw […]
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The Real Antique Wood Mill team is in Waynesburg, Ohio, this week dismantling a barn built on James Kloopman Farm, circa 1885. Kloopman, immigrated to Ohio from Germany in the early 1800′s where he began working as staver. A staver is a craftsman that makes barrel staves, the iron hoops that bind the barrel slats. […]