Reclaimed Wood for Hospitality and Retail Businesses
Reclaimed Wood Welcome
We help designers find the right reclaimed wood to create distinct hospitality and retail environments.
From floor to ceiling, inside or out, and everything between, we offer a strength, looks and feels that can’t be matched. Customers like to visit destinations so give them one to remember. Enjoy and bon appetit!
Reclaimed Chestnut Wood & New Black Walnut
This is rare, old growth chestnut that we milled as bar top wood. American Chestnut was one of the great trees before a fungus in 1900 decimated the species. Much of what’s around is Wormy Chestnut, with its signature tiny holes, but there is some pre-blight chestnut. This is New Park Brewery, Butchers & Bakers, and then lots of Black Walnut tops, all by New England Wood Tops, our sister company, for the new Beam House in Glastonbury.
Rare, reclaimed woods
Below is a melon bin of very rare reclaimed Cherry wood (with circle and water saw marks) at Whole Foods. Next to that are Hemlock display and service fixtures at a NYC Rag & Bone store.
Last, it’s reclaimed, clear Douglas Fir (charred) at NYC’s Sneakers n’ Stuff, where celebrities get shod.
You only get this look, authenticity and substance with rare, reclaimed wood. Enjoy the tour.
Redwood, Softwoods, and Boardwalk on high
Here’s a reclaimed tank redwood ceiling by Studio MAI in the rooftop bar at MADE Hotel in NYC. Then the main ceiling of NE softwoods and a Coney Island boardwalk ceiling at City Point, Brooklyn. All woods provide natural lushness with vibrant colors, and always durability.
Hospitality design calls for nature connections
Whatever your taste, appetite or thirst, reclaimed lumber supports rough or refined palates. The range of looks, from patina to full planed and stained, offers anyone who likes wood something to love – and talk about! Below; from the rustic, to the refined, to the casual (with more Coney Island Boardwalk wood).
This wood is really good…with food & drink
Ceiling designs create special dynamics that evoke the past and support current styles. They also provide space-defining looks that transcend the material itself to build unique environments.
Reclaimed wood floors – from rough to refined
Dining on beautiful, historic wood provides rich, natural connections. Below is a reclaimed, skip planed & stained white pine floor; a full planed barn hardwood mix; and a new, sustainable black walnut floor.
Reclaimed wood and Sustainable wood
Here is Du’s Donuts in Brooklyn and another restaurant displaying a spectrum of tones, species and treatments. In the last image, are hickory slab lights, reclaimed white oak flooring, heart pine and ash millwork, original surface planking for the walls, reclaimed oak for the tops and character elm for the booths.
Design your business with wood that attracts
We serve clients who seek what’s unique, and what’s attracting to customers. Reclaimed wood is proven to give people good feelings and to inspire conversation. All you need to provide is good food and drink.