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Reclaimed timber from a Tibetan monk monastery.
Reclaimed "dirty top" heart pine in Baton Rouge, La.
Reclaimed FSC teak.
Patrick J. Russell
Reclaimed heart pine installed in Atlantic Beach, Fla.
5- to 12-inch random-width barnwood.
Reclaimed Honduran heart pine.
Reclaimed teak from the Great Wall of China for the owner of Salesforce.
1-inch-thick barnwood reclaimed and milled to match the rest of the 5,000-square-foot house. The stain is matched and coated with Loba semi-gloss.
Some herringbone in a cool hidden room. No, I can't tell you where. Flooring from Mountain Lumber Company.
Wire-brushed, eased-edge 12-inch plank.
This was a mixed species floor, but my favorite part was all the windows they let us install. It really added to how cool the floors were.
Reclaimed 21/2-by-41/2-inch pallet beams (Brazilian cherry?) cut into ¾-inch end-grain pieces.
Reclaimed oak chevron with wenge/leopardwood diamonds.