Barn Beam Flooring

Today’s high design calls for floors with extraordinary beauty and quality. Floors that make a statement with character, history and personality. Industrial Home offers both antique reclaimed barnwood flooring and new sustainably harvested wood that achieves an antique look — the New Vintage collection. All flooring is 100% American wood chosen to stand the test of time in residences and commercial spaces. Bring us your wish lists, inspirations or design boards and Industrial Home will customize the floor of your dreams.

Sustainability and a story! Industrial Home’s antique flooring is made of 100% American wood reclaimed from old barns, buildings and other structures. The ultimate in recycling, these boards, beams and siding are remilled into stunning flooring and given a second life. Industrial Home is proud to repurpose wood from structures slated for demolition, assuring its history will be appreciated. Reclaimed woods are also available as engineered flooring for on-slab or large-space applications.

Antique Chestnut

Antique Chestnut

Extremely rare due to a 1905 blight that wiped out most of this species, Chestnut is a warm-colored wood ranging from honey to deep brown tones. You’ll find lots of interest with nail holes, worm holes, knot holes and an occasional bullet hole.

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Antique Heart Pine Battletown

Antique Heart Pine Battletown

A rich, custom stain and deep saw kerf on antique heart pine farmhouse wood creates a floor with classic character. This old favorite, sawn from reclaimed old-growth timber, is hard-wearing and warm.

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Antique Heart Pine – Farmhouse

Antique Heart Pine – Farmhouse

For those who appreciate the fascinating variety in each board of Antique Heart Pine, you’ll love this Farmhouse grade beauty. Harkening back to old Virginia farmhouses, this floor mixes wide and tight grains, lots of nail holes and knots and 75% heartwood.

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Antique Heart Pine Old Mill

Antique Heart Pine Old Mill

Add personality to any space with this tribute to the gristmills that long ago dotted our countryside. The heavy saw kerf and warm stain result in a floor indicative or America’s heritage.

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Antique Heart Pine – Select

Antique Heart Pine – Select

This enduring flooring still adorns the halls of historic estates across our land. Gracing the likes of Mount Vernon and Monticello, this Select grade features 75% tight vertical grain, 25% plain sawn cut and 95-100% heartwood with occasional knots and nail holes.

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Antique Maple – Warehouse

Antique Maple – Warehouse

If floors could talk … these American Maple boards would have a century of stories to tell. Recovered from large factories and mills covering millions of square feet of warehouse space, they stood up to daily wear from equipment, tools, machinery and workers, giving them a distinctive history and unique look.

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Antique Oak Battletown

Antique Oak Battletown

Beautifully strong and richly textured, Antique Oak Battletown is full of history and charm. The lush Battletown stain brings out the vivid grain and intense kerf of the reclaimed oak. It’s a handsome choice for residential or office settings.

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Antique Oak – Distressed

Antique Oak – Distressed

If you’re looking for character, this distressed oak has it! After years of use as exterior beams, decking and siding boards, the wear and tear is celebrated in a dark, weathered patina complete with heavy saw kerfs.

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Antique Oak – Milled

Antique Oak – Milled

Milled from the interior cuts of barn beams, floor joists and flooring planks, this standard grade reclaimed oak is versatile, strong and practical.

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Antique Oak Old Mill

Antique Oak Old Mill

The raw, rugged texture of this reclaimed oak pays homage to the old saw mills along the Blue Ridge foothills. A strong kerf and Old Mill stain bring out the rich history of this flooring.

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Horse Country Oak

Horse Country Oak

The heritage of the hunt country comes through in the rich patina and intriguing grain patterns of this flooring. A mix of white and red Oak, it’s reclaimed from the miles of oak fences outlining the rolling hills and pasture of the southeastern U.S.

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Monticello

Monticello

Give your project a true antique look and feel with this painted and footworn, distressed grade Tobaccowood. Finished with a satin urethane topcoat, Monticello is reminiscent of the flooring in historic manor houses of Virginia.

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Shenandoah Blend

Shenandoah Blend

Create a look that will have everyone talking with this eclectic mix of reclaimed woods. This high interest flooring is milled from a combo of Walnut, Ash, Cherry, Birch, Locust, Beech, Oak, Maple, Elm and Hickory and anything other treasures found when salvaging a barn or old warehouse. This is a great organic mix available in both milled and distressed grades.

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Sleepy Hollow

Sleepy Hollow

Talk about a bold statement. The rough texture of horse country oak and inky darkness of Sleepy Hollow stain are like a midnight ride through the forest. Finished with a matte oil topcoat.

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Stone

Stone

The perfect neutral for just about any design style, this chalky grey finish has a distinctive character all its own. Shown here on reclaimed horse country oak with remnant band saw kerfing, a matte oil topcoat make it truly unique.

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Tobaccowood – Distressed

Tobaccowood – Distressed

A reminder of a bygone era when the southern United States economy thrived on tobacco, this antique wood comes from the large open barns built by farmers to hang and heat-cure tobacco. The wood from these carefully dismantled buildings display a rough saw kerf from the rugged sawmills that cut the lumber. The distressed grade features a mix of pines and softwoods with a beautifully weathered tobacco-colored patina, dings and dents, nail holes and large knots.

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Tobaccowood – Milled

Tobaccowood – Milled

A reminder of a bygone era when the southern United States economy thrived on tobacco, this antique wood comes from the large open barns built by farmers to hang and heat-cure tobacco. The wood from these carefully dismantled buildings display a rough saw kerf from the rugged sawmills that cut the lumber. The milled grade shows a beautiful tobacco-colored patina with variable grain and color patterns.

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Vintage Oak

Vintage Oak

Deep, rich Vintage Oak stain is a classic shade for this reclaimed Antique Oak flooring. It brings out the color and enhances the natural wood grain. Here it’s shown on milled grade with a satin urethane topcoat.

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Newly milled in the U.S. using 100% responsibly harvested American lumber, Industrial Home’s New Vintage collection displays warmth, charm and character through a handcrafted finishing process. This flooring is free from formaldehyde and other dangerous contaminants sometimes found in foreign-manufactured products. The New Vintage series includes a wide scope of classic hardwoods available in multiple choices of grades, colors, textures and custom finishes including a variety of stains. New Vintage woods are also available as engineered flooring.

American Hard Maple

American Hard Maple

American Maple is one of the harder and more durable flooring option. With this fresh Natural finish, it’s a excellent choice for those like a light, contemporary look. Satin urethane topcoat.

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American Hickory

American Hickory

One of nature’s hardest, most durable hardwoods, American Hickory creates dramatic floors with contrasting tones and plenty of visual interest. Shown in Natural finish with satin urethan topcoat.

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American Red Birch

American Red Birch

Actually the heartwood of the yellow birch tree, Red Birch wood is light reddish brown with dark hues of red. It has a fine uniform texture and closed straight grain with an occasional wavy or curly grain. Strong and hard, it is an exceptionally durable floor that has a clean, classic look. Satin urethane topcoat.

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American White Oak

American White Oak

With a timelessness that never goes out of style, White Oak is the classic flooring for the ages. Known for it’s exceptional durability and stability, it looks beautiful in a wide variety of textures and colors. American White Oak is shown in select grade with a Natural finish.

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American Heritage Heart Pine

American Heritage Heart Pine

Longleaf Southern Yellow Pine trees, aged and carefully harvested at select tree plantations, are used to make American Heritage Heart Pine flooring, a timeless choice for more than 200 years. Known for their tight grain and high heartwood content, these trees embody the traditions and spirits of the south and create favorite, classic, durable floors. Satin urethane topcoat.

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Atlantic

Atlantic

With all the colors of the mighty ocean, from deep blue to stormy grey, Atlantic stain brings a variety of coastal tones out of White Oak flooring. Used on Select grade, it has a more contemporary look, and on Live Sawn White Oak you’ll see a more relaxed, rustic finish. Satin urethane topcoat.

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Cognac

Cognac

Here’s to a flooring presence as distinctive as the smoothly aged brandy it’s named after. The spirit of this finish comes from the unique process of distilling in copper pots, giving cognac a rich dark color and flavor. Shown on rift and quarter sawn grade of White Oak, it has a satin urethane topcoat.

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Cooper’s Oak

Cooper’s Oak

Whiskey Barrel stain applied to Live Sawn White Oak creates a truly original look with deep color and varying grain direction. Live sawn cutting brings out all the natural characteristics of the tree with very little waste. Satin urethane topcoat.

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Desert

Desert

This versatile flooring brings to mind the dry colors and sun-scorched landscapes of the great American West. The natural range of light and warm colors in this character-grade American Hickory are equally at home in an urban loft or rustic cabin. Matte oil topcoat.

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Driftwood

Driftwood

If you love that beachy look, go coastal with this Driftwood finish on select-grade American Walnut. This seaside look is as authentic as if it were created by wind, waves and sand. Matte oil topcoat.

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Dutch Brown

Dutch Brown

This warm, light-brown tone is the sweetest of neutrals that is striking on White Oak in any grade. Adds beauty to any space, from traditional to rustic chic and everything in between. Shown on Live Sawn White Oak with a satin urethane topcoat.

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English Chestnut

English Chestnut

If you’re looking for a light brown floor with chestnut tones, then English Chestnut on Live Sawn White Oak is a handsome option. This traditional color on oak textured by the saw mill is an old favorite that makes a wonderful classic base for any design.

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Fieldstone

Fieldstone

Experience the organic beauty and natural colors of fieldstone that has been abundant in the fields and pastures of New England and throughout the prairie states for centuries. The natural tones and cool grey/blue of this Fieldstone finish is divinely all-American on Live Sawn White Oak. Satin urethane topcoat.

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Ft. McHenry

Ft. McHenry

Convey a true hand-crafted look with Ft. McHenry stain on Live Sawn White Oak — an instant classic. The blending of light undertones with a deep brown color brings an authentic antique look to any design style, from traditional to industrial modern to rustic. Satin urethane topcoat.

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Gray Ghost

Gray Ghost

Civil war commander John S. Mosby was known as the Gray Ghost. Deep in the forests of northern Virginia during the Civil War, Mosby’s Raiders were know for their ability to appear and quickly disappear as if in a foggy mist. This Gray Ghost finish on Live Sawn White Oak has misty gray natural tones and a soft touch of remnant band saw kerf. Matte oil topcoat.

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Walnut – Heirloom

Walnut – Heirloom

For those seeking a stunning contrast, the deep beauty of dark American Walnut flooring with Heirloom stain makes a daring statement in both traditional and modern settings. Satin urethane topcoat.

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Italian Roast

Italian Roast

Wake up and smell the coffee. This bold color is as hearty and dark as freshly ground beans. Shown on Live Sawn White Oak, it’s also delicious on any grade of White Oak. Satin urethane topcoat.

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Limed Oak

Limed Oak

Once upon a time, lime was applied to barns and fences for practical purposes: to protect them from the elements, deter insects and help exposed wood smell better. Over the years, a chalky white finish would build up — hence the term whitewash or lime-wash. Limed Oak recreates this old-time finish that is enchanting on Live Sawn White Oak with a satin urethane topcoat.

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Linen

Linen

Light, cool, fresh and comfortable. That’s why we love linen fabric. This beautiful Linen finish creates a natural, organic, fresh floor color that achieves a modern look and relaxed feel. Shown on Live Sawn White Oak with a satin urethane topcoat.

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Live Sawn Cherry

Live Sawn Cherry

Live Sawn flooring is great way to recreate the rustic, utilitarian look of early cuts of lumber produced by mills over a century ago. Live sawing is a simple method of sawing through a log’s diameter, leaving in the heart and showing all the grain and character variations seen throughout all grades of lumber. Conventional methods cut the higher grades from the other portions of the log and discard the inner cant as pallet grade. Live sawing is an efficient use of lumber that creates less waste product and is the best option to reproduce an authentic antique look. Live Sawn Cherry is shown in a Natural finish with satin urethane topcoat.

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Live Sawn Walnut

Live Sawn Walnut

Live Sawn flooring is great way to recreate the rustic, utilitarian look of early cuts of lumber produced by mills over a century ago. Live sawing is a simple method of sawing through a log’s diameter, leaving in the heart and showing all the grain and character variations seen throughout all grades of lumber. Conventional methods cut the higher grades from the other portions of the log and discard the inner cant as pallet grade. Live sawing is an efficient use of lumber that creates less waste product and is the best option to reproduce an authentic antique look. Live Sawn Walnut is shown in a Natural finish with satin urethane topcoat.

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Live Sawn White Oak

Live Sawn White Oak

Live Sawn flooring is great way to recreate the rustic, utilitarian look of early cuts of lumber produced by mills over a century ago. Live sawing is a simple method of sawing through a log’s diameter, leaving in the heart and showing all the grain and character variations seen throughout all grades of lumber. Conventional methods cut the higher grades from the other portions of the log and discard the inner cant as pallet grade. Live sawing is an efficient use of lumber that creates less waste product and is the best option to reproduce an authentic antique look. Live Sawn White Oak is shown in a Natural finish with satin urethane topcoat.

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LSWO – Fumed/Oiled

LSWO – Fumed/Oiled

Fuming, or smoking, is a finishing treatment that uses a chemical reaction to bring out or change the color of wood without using a stain. This method prevents pigments from masking the natural detail of the wood. Fuming was a signature finish of the Arts and Crafts movement. Fuming works particularly well on White Oak because of its high amount of tannins. Shown on Live Sawn White Oak with a matte oil topcoat.

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LSWO – Fumed/Urethane

LSWO – Fumed/Urethane

Fuming, or smoking, is a finishing treatment that uses a chemical reaction to bring out or change the color of wood without using a stain. This method prevents pigments from masking the natural detail of the wood. Fuming was a signature finish of the Arts and Crafts movement. Fuming works particularly well on White Oak because of its high amount of tannins. Shown on Live Sawn White Oak with a satin urethane topcoat.

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Mt. Vernon

Mt. Vernon

Famously seen in Virginia manor homes, painted wood floors were popular in the 18th century as a way to keep a home looking fresh and bright. Time and thousands of footsteps eventually wore off the paint revealing some of the wood grain. Mt. Vernon flooring features smooth grey tones while still displaying some of the natural wood grain beneath. Shown on American Heritage Heart Pine with a satin urethane topcoat.

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Old California

Old California

The beautiful midtones of Old California stain are equally at home in arts and crafts bungalows, modern industrial settings and mid-century designs. Shown on Live Sawn White Oak with satin urethane topcoat.

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Old Ironsides

Old Ironsides

The deep color and wind and wave-worn texture of this flooring are a nod to the iconic sailing ship, the U.S.S. Constitution, known as Old Ironsides. The oldest commissioned naval vessel afloat, its famous hull is make of white oak. This vintage-style flooring comprises Old Ironsides stain on White Oak with a satin urethane topcoat.

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Oyster Shell

Oyster Shell

Picture a foggy fall day’s walk on a northern coastline with the sea swirling onto the sand. These are the cool contemporary grey, blue undertones and coastal colors of Oyster Shell on Live Sawn White Oak. Matte oil topcoat.

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Patina Bay

Patina Bay

Debonair and as well-groomed as a thoroughbred, Patina Bay flooring is an elegant, deep brown that adds richness and a striking contrast to any setting. Shown on Live Sawn White Oak with satin urethane topcoat.

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Rich Mahogany

Rich Mahogany

Okay, we’re generally not fans of exotic woods, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t in love with the lush tropical color. Applied to American hardwoods, Rich Mahogany stain creates luxurious floors that are the star of any room.

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Saddle

Saddle

The sweet aroma of leather, a wood stove and saddle soap. Nothing can conjure up the memorable smells or camaraderie of the tack room, but this Saddle finish brings to life the color and rustic texture when applied to Live Sawn White Oak. Matte oil topcoat.

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Tavern Oak

Tavern Oak

Time worn, beer stained floorboards of colonial watering holes were the inspiration for these Tavern Oak floors. A beautiful medium dark stain on Live Sawn White Oak, they are soaked in character and evocative of days gone by. Satin urethane topcoat.

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Whiskey Barrel

Whiskey Barrel

Cheers to rich color and classic beauty! Whiskey Barrel stain brings the best out of character-grade American Hickory, emphasizing light remnant band saw marks. This flooring looks aged to perfection, making a classic, robust statement in any setting.

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Whitewash

Whitewash

Subtle and unpretentious, this simple classic finish on Live Sawn White Oak gives your floor a clean and distinctive look. Looks equally at home in retro and modern designs. Satin urethane topcoat.

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Woods With History

Custom Wood Flooring

Industrial Home is pleased to work with a number of mills to offer reclaimed and new antique-style flooring in a wide variety of woods and finishes. While you can find more than 60 display samples at Industrial Home, we are happy to do a custom match or order other samples for you for a small non-refundable deposit that can be applied to your flooring purchase.

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