reclaimed wood paneling

Looking for a way to give your house or business a unique feel with an eco-friendly touch? If that's the case, MFine Lumber's reclaimed wood paneling is a great place to start! We have a large collection of recycled wood wall panels created from repurposed materials reclaimed from old barns, distilleries, factories, and other structures. Whether you like a conventional or more contemporary aesthetic, we have plenty of choices for you.

In addition to an accent wall, our reclaimed wood paneling is suitable for ceilings, outdoor siding, and just about any other surface. So, what are you waiting for? MFine Lumber certified reclaimed wood paneling can add charm to your home now!

Why Sand the Wood?

If you are looking for a smooth, clean look to your reclaimed wood project, one of the first steps is sanding the wood. We offer sanded finishes to all our products, so this step can be left up to us. But if you would like to sand to your own preferred depth, this is completely acceptable. Proper sanding will help to create a smooth surface that is free of imperfections. It can also help to prevent splinters and other problems that can occur when working with wood. 

In addition, sanding can also help to create a more uniform appearance by evening out the wood grain. As a result, sanding is an essential step in any woodworking project. With a little time and effort, it is easy to achieve amazing results. We advise you to leave this step up to us. But we don’t want to discourage you to go for it yourself as well.

Consider Rough Wood

When thinking of wood paneling you may immediately imagine an old cabin or hunting lodge. However, there's something about the rough texture of unpainted wood that can add a touch of rustic charm to any space. In a modern home, for example, rough wood paneling can provide a unique contrast to sleek lines and glossy surfaces. In an industrial space, it can give off an air of rugged authenticity. And in a traditional home, it can add a touch of warmth and character. Whether you're looking to add a bit of history or just want to experiment with a different aesthetic, rough wood paneling will not disappoint.

A World-Class Finish

For many people, the process of wood finishing is nothing more than a necessary step in the construction of a piece of furniture. However, for those who take the time to understand the various techniques and materials involved, wood finishing can be an incredibly satisfying experience. 

The first step is to select the right wood for the project. Different woods will produce different results, so it's important to choose wisely. Once the wood has been selected, it's time to prepare the surface. This may involve sanding, staining, or sealing. The goal is to create a smooth surface that will allow the finish to be applied evenly. 

Once the surface is ready, it's time to apply the finish. There are many different types of finishes available, so it's important to choose one that will achieve the desired end result. With a little patience and practice, anyone can create beautiful finished wood projects that will last for years to come.

Fancy Some Wire Brushing?

When debris, dirt, and other materials need to be removed from a surface, wire brushing is the method of choice. Wood is just one of several materials that can benefit from this process. Wire brushing can be used to strip paint from wood or to give it a weathered appearance.

Using the wire brush, we can swiftly clean the area of any dirt or dust that may have accumulated. Both latex and oil-based paints are amenable to removal with wire brushing. Once the paint is scraped with the wire brush, the raw wood is exposed. Wire brushing can give an object a worn, vintage aspect. The wire brush abrades the wood's surface, making it appear weathered and antique.