Antique Hand Hewn Beams date back to the mid-1800s before saw mills were around as we know them today. Farmers fashioned their own beams by squaring them up from the round trees using axes and other tools and techniques. These beams were then used to create structures such as barns and houses. In the process of making the beams, remnant ax marks and etchings were left behind in the wood. The beauty is in the imperfections. Every beam is different, with different check marks and character helping bring a striking look to modern day architecture.
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Note: Box Beams are a versatile choice in any application that does not call for a structural placement of solid wood. They are labor saving, custom in design with variable finishes to meet the needs of any architectural or design requirement and can be crafted from any species of reclaimed wood. Often times they provide a creative solution for covering structural components that otherwise would stand out in an elegant design, and while hollow, box beams bring the look and feel of solid beams to any project.
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Hand Hewn Beams from Southend Reclaimed were featured in Charlotte Home & Garden Magazine! Read the article here.