Reclaimed barnwood is usually obtained from old and weathered buildings that have lost their prime in regards to their original functionality. This wood will usually be more durable than new timber, and it’s strength and stability could be due to years (and maybe even decades) of being slowly air dried. No two pieces are alike. The appearance of most reclaimed pieces are enhanced by the nature of the tight growth rings and exquisite grain patterns. The rustic look and texture is appealing to those individuals who have a love for uniqueness and originality as opposed to cookie-cutter, mass produced pieces.