reclaimed wood beams & joists
If you want to give your area some personality, our reclaimed wood beams and joists are a great option for next-level interior design. We provide a large range of reclaimed box beams and hand-hewn beams that will add a special touch to your interior space. These salvaged timbers will convert your house or workplace into a one-of-a-kind area with their incomparable patina and character. So, what are you waiting for? Add some uniqueness to your area now with certified reclaimed wood beams from MFine Lumber! You will not be dissatisfied.
Beams With Fine Craftsmanship
Mfine Lumber is passionate about reclaimed wood beams. We believe in the beauty and strength of reclaimed wood, and we are committed to providing the highest quality reclaimed wood beams and joists to our customers. Our beams and joists are sourced from the finest reclaimed wood structures from around the nation, and we take pride in the craftsmanship that goes into each and every beam and joist.
We have a wide variety of reclaimed beams and joists in stock, available in a multitude of sizes and finishes, and we are confident that you will find the perfect beams or joists for your project. So whether you're looking for a rough-hewn timber beam for your fireplace or a reclaimed joist for your ceiling, Mfine Lumber has the best selections for you.
Bcause our reclaimed wood is sourced from old buildings and factories, you can be sure that it's built to last. So give us a call today, and let us help you find the ideal reclaimed wood beam or joist for your project.
Hand-Hewn Beams: A Piece of History
Hand-hewn beams have been a part of construction for centuries. Traces of their presence in buildings can be found as far back as Neolithic times when stone axes and adzes were used to shape logs into beams. In the ancient world, hand-hewn timbers were widely used in both domestic and large-scale building projects. As civilization progressed, so did the tools used to hew beams - from stone axes to metal chisels and saws, all designed with the same purpose in mind: to create larger, smoother surfaces on logs so they could be shaped into sturdy frames for walls and floors. Hand-hewn beams soon became an integral part of many different cultural architectures. In Europe, for example, forests provided an abundant source of timber which was then converted into structural lumber through a process of felling trees and hewing them into rectangular shapes. The same technique was also applied to the New World by early settlers who used hand-hewn beams in the construction of log cabins and other dwellings. Today, although modern technology has replaced much of the need for manual labor when it comes to crafting timber frames, reclaimed hand-hewn beams are still seen in many traditional buildings around the world. Their rustic look is often sought after by those seeking a more traditional aesthetic or who recognize its environmental value compared to more modern alternatives.
A Touch of Elegance with Faux Beams
Faux beams are a popular way to add character and charm to a room, and they're also an easier way to achieve the look of exposed beams. Faux beams can be made from a variety of wood species.
These beams can be painted or stained to match the existing décor of your room, or they can be left natural for a more rustic look. Whether you’re looking to add a touch of elegance to your living room or want to make your kitchen cozier, faux beams are a great option.
Whichever route you choose and whatever space you want to upgrade, wooden faux beams are an excellent way to add style and value to your home or business.
Unique Reclaimed Timbers
No two pieces of reclaimed timber are alike. Each one has its own unique history, telling the story of the tree it came from and the life it lived. For example, a piece of timber that has been reclaimed from an old barn is likely to be full of character, with knots and irregularities that give it a rustic charm. In contrast, timber that has been salvaged from a river might have a smoother surface, with unique colors that reflect the years it spent at the bottom of a river.
Whatever their individual stories, all pieces of reclaimed timber have one thing in common: they are full of natural beauty. When used in furniture or architecture, this beauty can add a sense of warmth and history to any space.