Reclaimed Hickory: Aged over time to produce a unique blend of light and dark brown tones with distinguished grain patterns
Our Reclaimed Hickory is sourced from East Coast and Midwest vintage structures that produce a distinctive character with rich, aged patina and vivid, flowing grain patterns. Each piece is milled from a combination of barn boards, beams, and joists, and hand selected to produce wide plank boards with a delicate balance of sound cracks, checking, wormholes, and knots. This material has aged over time to produce a unique blend of color contrasting light and dark brown wood tones with distinguished, rippling grain patterns.
Very hard, stiff, dense and shock resistant
Well suited for wide plank flooring
Rich with character – oxidized nail holes, checking, knots and insect scaring
Each piece is milled from a combination of barn boards, beams, and joists, and hand selected to produce wide plank flooring
Hickory trees are found within the eastern half of the US, sometimes reaching the age of 500 years. The US genus includes 12 species of deciduous trees with pinnately compound leaves and big nuts. Hickory is very hard, stiff, dense and shock resistant, therefore well suited for flooring applications. Other than reclaimed flooring, hickory is used for tool handles, golf shafts, skis, paddles, lacrosse sticks, etc…