48 old reclaimed pine floorboards weston su Home Design Photos

LKM Design
Bedford, NH Farmhouse Kitchen
I have similar reclaimed pine floors that are too fragile for a commercial sander, and I cannot find a local floor refinished that knows how to restore.
manufacture reclaimed antique pine rustic floors & ship daily to the west coast. Our prices are very comparable to new solid plank flooring. Our rustic pine floors start around $6.00 - $7.00 per/sq ft. We also provide samples at no cost. Www.elmwoodreclaimedtimber.com
A rustic reclaimed antique pine floor
timber frame home! Very easy to clean and upkeep! Our reclaimed antique rustic pine floors are ready for Another 100 years!
Hello, It would look fantastic in a timber frame home. This is a reclaimed pine so the boards are a lot harder than new pine. Very easy to clean. The floors have been in for 13+
“definitely not” — Karen Ketchman Kallins
Tess Fine
Shy Rabbit Farm
your post is old so you're probably finished with your kitchen.
Those are amazing! They look like wide plank reclaimed heart pine floors. Many
Many of these floors are sawn from the beams of old factories and warehouses. The lengths and widths are from the old world long leaf pine. It had much more resin and was more dense than today's common yellow pine. Let me know if you have any further wide plank flooring questions. I would be happy to craft
wow look how wide the floorboards are,i love the whole space.
I painted over oak, cherry, pine, mahogany, walnut and some manmade materials. I'm always pleased that this paint or my home made mixture, covers very well. You can find the product or the homemade version online: Annie Sloan chalk paints
“Milled reclaimed wood. An alternative is reclaimed wood that has been newly milled, such as these an” — jcanlis
Tim Cuppett Architects
11 Reviews
Mountain House
my guess they are reclaimed "hearts pine" floors with staggering widths of 6,8 and 10 foot boards. Just put 11-12 white oak in my house, "if you can find it" get wide board reclaimed floors (totally swoon worthy)...
Looks like random-width reclaimed wood from old barns
- This is a reclaimed pine floor
reclaimed pine with tongue oil finish.
floors reclaimed pine with tung oil
“Floor” — Karie Clark
Beach House
I recently had 100 yr old wide plank pine installed in my bedrooms. No one seems to know how to properly pickle like this. I live in Chester, CT, Please help... Thanks, Ellie
The floor is reclaimed, bleached red oak with a limed finish.
The floor is reclaimed, bleached red oak with a limed finish
FLOORS The floor is reclaimed, bleached red oak with a limed finish
Basement Stairs? Illustrates a mixture of the pickled pine and the drywall
reclaimed bleached red oak with a lime finish
pickled flooring-this is a great looking floor. one place says it's pine and another says oak-i suspect oak
“Cool painting” — 2hot4you
Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Angelwylde House
weathered side of long leaf pine. no stain just oiled.
Hello, we were not involved at the plank by plank install of this reclaimed wood flooring. Best to speak with a hardwood floor installer for your unique installation
Most reclaimed pine flooring is going to be butt jointed. I love the circle saw marks on the planks.
weathered side of long leaf pine. no stain just oiled.
correction the floor is the weathered side of long leaf pine. no stain just oiled.
the floor is the weathered side of long leaf pine. no stain just oiled.
this product because it is nontoxic (and it smells sooo good). Being nontoxic is important to me because I have a 10-month old who crawls on the floor, a 3-yr old and a 12 yr old (who helps me clean!) Email me if you want more information on where to get it -- jenncoleman2@hotmail.com.
“Rustic wide plank hardwood” — fbarile
25 Reviews
Hudson Valley Farmhouse
Correct - this is painted reclaimed flooring. Prices vary but reclaimed pine is commonly available and may not be as pricey as you think.
What type of wood floor is this? Reclaimed? I am wanting to do a painted wood floor like this, but I am on a low budget
The "old house" already looks very much like this! These are wonderful ideas, and I love the "old" feel this bathroom has.
Love the sink....who makes it? We are putting an addition on a 200 yr old home. I think it would look great!
Love the floorboards and wall colour
Brush on some paint Can there be anything more simple or cost effective than revamping old floorboards with a tin of paint? So long as you use a tough, hardworking floor paint, suitable for the bathroom, you can’t go wrong. Don’t plump for the obvious
“painted floors” — sbhamlett
Tess Fine
Shy Rabbit Farm
That looks like a reclaimed heart pine floor milled from large heart pine beams. They are frequently removed from old warehouses and factories before being cut and milled into beautiful flooring. I think these look great
you can get a table like this from ecustomfinishes. We specialize in dining tables from reclaimed wood and all items are built to order. Attached is a recently created old reclaimed oak drop leaf table of ours, with similar turned leg and golden brown finish. Check out our portfolio for
lovely old chairs - could find like this at Vic's maybe
Dark pine floors, lighter table and dark chairs
A large antique pine table anchors the dining room. Vintage cheese boards and cutting boards line the back wall. "Work with nature" is one of Sandy's philosophies in life and design — the corner branch and tiny bird's nest attest to this mantra.
“Floors” — Kathleen Donohue
CK Architects
12 Reviews
@Jacqueline Webb Designs - you can use reclaimed Eastern White Pine heartwood (AKA Pumpkin Pine) to achieve that look, although some of those boards are not heartwood. There are a few reclaimed lumber companies out there that are capable of doing this. We do it all the time: http://bit.ly/1koHeip
They are original to the house. Pumpkin pine.
I saved old original doors from the house. Possible reuse as closet doors in barn?
Cut old doors down to size
Old wooden doors on cabinet and drawer fronts
“Fr pantry and wine storage.” — ahmorgan
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