Every Reclaimed Door Has a Story.
Whether it’s because they love how green the idea is, or because of their timeless and rustic style, people love reclaimed wood barn doors - and we've never met a piece of wood that we didn’t love. That has led us to some truly wonderful reclaimed wood sources over the years, and now we’re excited and proud to announce our newest line of recycled, reclaimed barn wood.
This lumber has been salvaged from historic structures in Portland, Oregon. Portland's Deconstruction of Buildings Law was put into effect to maximize salvage of valuable building material for reuse, reduce amount of demolition waste in landfills, and to cut down on carbon emissions associated with demolition. We selected a choice assortment of this salvage lumber, and brought it to our warehouse to be repurposed in our reclaimed wood barn doors and accent wall paneling! This wood will add a taste of true Pacific Northwest history to your home, and with its colorful past, it’s sure to be a compelling conversation piece.
ALL DOORS SHIP FREE!
NOTE: Reclaimed sliding doors shown with optional hardware. Doors are not pre-drilled for hardware. Due to the authentic salvaged nature of this lumber, doors can vary in color, grain, knots, and patina. Reclaimed sliding doors may include nail holes, growth rings, faded spots, and non-uniform grain patterns. Colors can range widely, from light gray to warm brown to faded black. Please refer to the gallery photos above for an idea of variations you may see in your door.
CHOOSE YOUR STYLE:
- Real solid wood
- Fast lead time
- 1-3/4" thickness (at thickest width)
- Antiqued flat head screws
Pair with our Real Sliding Hardware for a complete look!
Please note that all doors will ship separately from sliding hardware when purchased together. If your project requires special consideration, please call 800-694-5977. Doors may be used in interior and exterior applications; however, we cannot guarantee against warping and weathering in exterior installations. For custom swing-out doors, custom sliding doors, or entry doors, please visit our sister site, www.realcarriagedoors.com.