Reclaimed barn siding is a treasure trove of character and versatility, finding its place in both residential and commercial settings.

Its rich, weathered patina and distinctive grain patterns evoke a sense of history and authenticity that’s hard to replicate with new materials.

Additionally, the sustainability aspect of repurposing old wood adds to its allure, appealing to those seeking eco-conscious design choices. Interior designers, architects, and homeowners considering creating a rich, rustic look are invited to see the many reclaimed barn siding samples we have in our showroom.

In our full-service mill, we are able to tongue-and-groove or shiplap all types of barn siding for your unique installation needs. Our collection of available reclaimed wood is constantly updating as we salvage materials from the barns we dismantel.

If reclaimed barn siding is the material you’re after to add a sense of rustic levity to your space, contact us below today!

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real antique wood barn siding shiplap


Shiplap has notches (rabbets) cut on each side of the board, which allows the wood to self-space when the wall expands or compresses. We carry gray shiplap and several other varieties.

real antique wood barn siding tongue and groove

Tongue & Groove

Tongue and groove joints allow two flat pieces to be strongly joined together to make a single flat surface. Each piece has a slot (the groove) cut all along one edge, and a thin, deep ridge (the tongue) on the opposite edge. Two or more pieces thus fit together closely.

real antique wood barn siding square edge

Square Edge

Square edge siding is the most basic of siding configurations. It is installed by butting each board against the edge of its neighbor without overlapping. This configuration is usually installed over felt paper or some other black underlay.

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