Project Showcase

Project Spotlight: Mixed Colored Barnwood in Wilmington Music Barn

We recently had the opportunity to work with Gannon Building Group on another very cool project in Wilmington, NC. This project was extra meaningful for Southend Reclaimed owner Paul Atkinson, as it combined two of his passions: reclaimed wood and music…and to make it even more special, it is located in his hometown! Not only were we able to provide beautiful Mixed Colored Reclaimed Barnwood, but Paul was also invited to come and play live, opening for Grammy-nominated artist Ari Hest. See more

Customer Spotlight: Skip Planed Oak Flooring + Ceiling Planking in Beautiful Florida Home

We get the opportunity to work with homeowners from all over the world, and while we unfortunately don’t get to see every project in person, our awesome clients keep us updated with pictures! Jim Bartolotti contacted us to source flooring and ceiling planking for his Florida home, and we helped him select this beautiful Skip Planed Original Face Antique Oak. Jim added an Oil Finish which darkens up the boards naturally. See more

Project Spotlight: Barn Plank Flooring in Wilmington Estate

Collaborating with builders and designers is one of our favorite things to do because we love helping bring a vision to life while also incorporating a piece of history that you can’t get from anything other than reclaimed wood. We recently had the opportunity to work with Gannon Building Group and Bridgett Mazer Interiors on a spectacular home in Wilmington, NC, and this has to be one of our favorite projects featuring our Original Face Reclaimed Barn Plank Engineered Flooring! See more

Customer Spotlight: Reclaimed Flooring + Beams in Davidson Remodel

Being in the industry that we’re in, we get the opportunity to work with clients from all over the world which is amazing. But there’s something so fun about working on projects right in our own back yard, which was the case in this beautiful home in Downtown Davidson, NC. See more

Customer Spotlight: Naily Heart Pine in Classic Lake Cottage

One of the most common reasons people choose reclaimed flooring for their home is the unique character that can only be found in reclaimed wood. “Character” means different things to different people, and ranges from coloring to saw marks to worm holes and more. Brian and Julie came to Southend Reclaimed looking for something with a lot of character to go in their new home on Lake James, and we had just the thing. See more

Customer Spotlight: Skip Planed Oak Flooring in Stunning Lake Norman Estate

We get the opportunity to work with homeowners on some pretty amazing homes, but this is one that really took our breath away. Not only is the home itself as beautiful as it is grand, but the views of Lake Norman really take it to the next level. It features reclaimed flooring from Southend Reclaimed throughout, including an extremely unique sunburst installation in one of the hallways. See more

Customer Spotlight: Antique White Oak Flooring in Kitchen Renovation

When the time came to renovate, one of the major things they wanted to change was the flooring on the main level, of which the spacious kitchen is the center point. The owners wanted something light and airy that would make the space feel open, but also something that had character and a story of its own to tell, with the ability to be installed over a concrete slab. We helped them go through many options before they ultimately decided on Smooth Face Antique Reclaimed White Oak Engineered Flooring. See more

Customer Spotlight: Antique Heart Pine Flooring in Charlotte Condo

Classic Quartersawn Heart Pine Flooring fits beautifully in both formal and casual settings and is one of our most versatile selections. From restaurants to colonial style homes to modern condos like the one in this spotlight, it is a flooring that looks like it’s been there for decades. See more

Customer Spotlight: Wormy Chestnut in Family Retreat

Wormy Chestnut is an extremely rare species with its subtle hues, worm holes and random nail holes has its own distinctive look and appeal, which made it perfect for this customer who wanted flooring that was history-filled, unique and instantly recognizable by family for years to come. See more

Project Spotlight: New York Lake Escape

About an hour and a half north of Syracuse, NY, you’ll find a beautiful lakeside home belonging to Tom and Marlene O’Reilly. Although they have lived in Florida for 25 years, Thomas is originally from Syracuse and he and Marlene always knew that they wanted to have a second home there. With the gorgeous sunsets nearly every night and the breathtaking lake views, we can certainly see why! This home features Antique Reclaimed Hand Hewn Box Beams as well as Original Face Reclaimed Oak Flooring, which fit perfectly in the casual, rustic design that the O’Reillys brought to life. See more

Project Spotlight: Floor to Ceiling Reclaimed Wood in Amazing Sunroom!

We worked with a lot of customers on a lot of different projects in 2021, but this one really stands out! Alisa contacted us to source reclaimed wood for the porch she planned to convert to a sunroom…and she wanted reclaimed wood EVERYWHERE. We are, of course, reclaimed wood fanatics, but even we hadn’t worked on a project that had reclaimed wood quite literally from floor to ceiling. But Alisa had a very specific vision that combined “farm” with “mountain resort”, and we were going to help her achieve it! See more

Project Spotlight: Key Largo Anglers Club

In 2019, Peacock + Lewis Architects and Interior Designers completed a 12,000 sf. renovation and addition to the historic Key Largo Anglers Club in Key Largo, Florida. Established in the 1920’s as a “Florida Keys Fishing Camp”, the club’s rich and unique history is still evident today as you walk through the club where past presidents and their families spent their leisure time. Some of the unique features that were painstakingly preserved include the original cypress log walls in the main living room, coral stone walls and native heart pine flooring. See more

Customer Spotlight: Stoddard Family Home

There’s nothing we love more than seeing our products installed in customers’ homes, but we have a special appreciation for this one, because the Stoddards installed all of it themselves! The Stoddards installed each and every board over a period of a few months, and we have to say we are very impressed with the final look! Each product has its own unique look and characteristics, but ties together beautifully to create a unique space that feels like home. See more

Project Spotlight: Antique Beams, Barnwood and Flooring in Texas Clubhouse

We have had the opportunity to provide reclaimed materials for many amazing projects through our nearly 20 year history, but the completed images of this Texas Country Club stopped us in our tracks! Antique Reclaimed Beams and Barnwood Ceiling Planking decorate the ceilings, and Original Face Reclaimed Oak covers the floors. The eye-catching design flows from the inside to the covered patio outside, bringing the two together and giving the feel of one cohesive space. See more

Customer Spotlight: Epic Chophouse

When the owners of Epic Chophouse decided to open a new location in Fort Mill, SC, they, along with their architectural team, came to us to source reclaimed flooring. They wanted flooring that had the same look and feel as the flooring in the original Mooresville, NC restaurant, and they also wanted to make sure it could withstand foot traffic, spills and more for years to come. See more

Customer Spotlight: Waltrip Family Home

In this beautiful Texas home, the homeowner contacted us looking for Antique Reclaimed Heart Pine Prefinished Engineered Flooring. The Waltrip’s were building a beautiful Texas Ranch-style home in which the subfloor was concrete, so the best fit for that application was Engineered flooring. They had a very specific custom color that they wanted for the finish – so that it matched with their natural wood walls. See more

Project Spotlight: Reclaimed Beams, Barnsiding and Flooring in Stunning Texas Home

In this custom-built Texas home, the builder contacted us to source Antique Hand Hewn Beams, Brown Barnwood Ceiling Planking and Original Face Oak Flooring to use throughout the home. The results are simply stunning! We love helping people bring history home, and we love seeing the end results even more. See more

Customer Spotlight: Cavalletto Home

At Southend Reclaimed, we provide reclaimed wood and brick for a wide variety of spaces all around the world, but this was one of the most unique projects we’ve been a part of! We worked closely with Randy Wells of Cavalletto Home to create a showspace at the High Point Furniture Market. See more

Customer Spotlight: Serenitee Cottage

Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Newland, North Carolina is a cozy cottage that provides an escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. When Tom and Maureen Link decided to renovate their mountain home, they came to Southend Reclaimed to source authentic reclaimed materials with a story to tell. After learning what they needed for the space, we began going over flooring and beam options that fit their needs and budget. The materials fit so seamlessly in the home that it’s almost as if they’ve been there all along. See more

Hand Distressed European White Oak Featured in IDS Charlotte Charity Showhouse!

The Charlotte chapter of the Interior Design Society (IDS Charlotte) recently completed its first designer showhouses, which consist of three custom homes located in The Preserve at Narrow Passage in Davidson, just north of Charlotte, NC. Top names in Charlotte design came together to create one-of-a-kind living spaces, and Southend Reclaimed was honored to be included when asked to provide flooring for one of the homes. See more

Product Spotlight: Helene Curtis Heart Pine

Helene Curtis Industries, founded in Chicago in 1927, was a leading producer of personal care products. The Helene Curtis headquarters, located in Chicago, was built in 1912. Like many buildings from that time, it eventually fell into a state of disrepair and was unfortunately no longer safe for people to use, so it was set to be deconstructed. We knew immediately that we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share such a cool piece of history! See more

Customer Spotlight: Quaint Coastal Cottage

This family cottage was built in 1978 and originally had carpet and tile throughout the home. Recently, the owners decided it was time for a renovation, and they chose this gorgeous Smooth Face Antique White Oak flooring for the living area and kitchen! See more

Customer Spotlight: Blue Ridge Mountain Dream Home

Tucked away in the Blue Ridge Mountains, this mountain dream home is one of the most beautiful projects we’ve ever had the pleasure of taking part in. With views of scenic mountains from every window and reclaimed wood throughout the house, there is profound beauty everywhere you look! See more

Customer Spotlight: Wilson Family Home

What started as a search for rustic barnwood to use in the kitchen of their new home, ended up being a home filled with history! From Original Face Oak Flooring to Hand Hewn Beams, Weathered Grey Barnsiding and an Antique Rough Sawn Mantel…this beautiful home truly has it all! See more

Customer Spotlight: Reclaimed Meets Modern

We always say that reclaimed products pair seamlessly with any style, and this unique, modern home is a beautiful example of that! This one-of-a-kind home blends old and new effortlessly, and we can’t stop staring! See more

Customer Spotlight: Ed and Katie

This is a home that you walk into and are in immediately in awe. From the powder room complete with Brown Barnboard walls to the two story ceiling with Weathered Grey Barnwood Box Beams in the living room and the Weathered Grey Barnsiding wall in the mudroom where the family dogs like to hang out, no detail was overlooked in this amazing home. See more

Customer Spotlight: Levack Family Home

Reclaimed from a barn in Missouri built in the late 1800s, the Original Face Oak Flooring in the Levack home is one of many awe-inspiring focal points. When asked about the process for selecting floors for their home, Marc Levack explained how he and his wife took several factors into consideration: See more

Risom Mill

Built in 1899, Risom Mill was originally home to Cluett Peabody & Company, a clothing manufacturer. Cluett Peabody & Co. was the largest employer in town, and the mill was a workspace for over 1,000 employees. When Cluett Peabody & Company abruptly closed their doors nearly 60 years later, the mill was purchased by Danish-American furniture designer, Jens Risom. Risom Mill was home to various other things in the years after furniture production ended, but eventually began to succumb to the effects of age and neglect. Southend has since stepped in to salvage all of the structural wood and brick. See more

Century Walk Original Face Heart Pine

Rescued and reclaimed from an 1880s cotton warehouse in Chicopee, Massachusetts, this wood includes boards that were literally walked on by workers one hundred years ago. The floor boards from this warehouse were all unpainted, a true rarity in the reclaimed materials world. This is unique since most old floors from this era were maple and had a thick poly finish. The direct exposure to air over the past 130 years has also created a distinct, rich, brown face on every board and beam, a true contrast to the typical auburn color of most antique heart pine. See more

Ellingtons Farm Center

Built at the turn of the century using only men and mules, this 100,000 square foot building is the most uniquely constructed project we have ever worked on. After being closed for decades and beginning to collapse, Southend Reclaimed stepped in to salvage over 200,000 board feet of Heart Pine from this site. Follow us on a virtual tour of this architectural feat, shot entirely with GoPro. See more

Customer Spotlight: Reed Family Home

The home of the Reed family is one that you walk into and can’t decide where to look first! From the Reclaimed Flooring and Beams to the modern kitchen and gorgeous view of the water out back, this home is as unique as it is beautiful! The Original Face Heart Pine Flooring came from a factory in New York City (circa 1890) and the Hand Hewn Beams came from a Barn in Pennsylvania. See more

Bringing Home the Belleview Biltmore Hotel

Built in 1897 by railroad magnate Henry Plant, this extraordinary 820,000 square foot hotel was a beloved vacation destination for the rich and famous. In addition to hosting a great number of dignitaries, the hotel was used to house more than 3,000 US troops during WWII when the owners of the Belleview joined the war effort. The Belleview doors were closed in 2009 for a large renovation project, but it was never completed due to the economic recession. A number of proposals to restore the property were unsuccessful, and demolition was set to begin in 2015 to make way for condominiums. Southend Reclaimed is honored to help the legacy of the Biltmore live on for generations through the wood and brick reclaimed from the site. See more

Timberframe Party Barn

This amazing Party Barn is well appointed with reclaimed wood in both structural and non-structural applications. Of the many beautiful focal points in this Party Barn, one of the most breathtaking is the combination of Antique Douglas Fir rafters and vertical wall planking supplied by Southend Reclaimed. See more

Martha’s Vineyard Home Featured In Architectural Digest

Featured in Architectural Digest, this jaw-dropping estate on Martha’s Vineyard is home to gorgeous reclaimed wood flooring and antique hand hewn beams from Southend Reclaimed. See more

Country Estate

This Country Estate has incredible architecture with the finest reclaimed wood used throughout many of the outbuildings including the Guest House and Limonaia. Southend Reclaimed is proud to have supplied the reclaimed wood for this incredible estate. See more

A Different Breed: A Horse Barn With The Finest Timber Frame Trusses

When you’re constructing the largest horse barn in North America, the quality and beauty of your building materials are essential. Watch the video and see how the Hand Hewn White Pine timber frame trusses that Southend Reclaimed supplied for this 78,000-square-foot facility add a rustic majesty to this grand structure. See more

Diners Are Beaming Over Our Reclaimed Wood In This Southern Eatery

From the moment you set foot in this modern Southern kitchen your eyes are immediately drawn to the massive reclaimed barn trusses that cross the open ceiling above you. These remnants from an 1850s farmhouse now have a second life in the SouthPark area of Charlotte. Reclaimed barnwood paneling accents the decor to combine Southern charm with upscale elegance. See more

Reclaimed Wood Lives Again At The Heart Of This Mountain Getaway

The vintage wood of Southend Reclaimed defines almost every aspect of this mountain home in Blowing Rock, NC. You are greeted by the character of Wormy Chestnut doors on the entry way. Antique Heart Pine is prominent throughout the home from the floors to the box beams. See more
Indiana textile mill

Southend Reclaims South Bend

The Wilson Brothers Shirt Company was once a thriving fixture in South Bend, Indiana. Along with Studebaker, it was one of the primary employers in the area with 2,200 workers by 1929. Southend Reclaimed is now in the painstaking process of reclaiming the Wilson Brothers shirt factory. We anticipate this project will generate a half a million board feet of rare antique heart pine. These unique materials include 2″ x 14″ unpainted joists with circular saw marks. See more
Reclaiming antique heart pine

Antique Heart Pine From A Century Ago

Southend Reclaimed discovered the material treasures of this century-old mill and is making them available for your next project. Built in 1915, the Fairfax Mill produced towels and other cotton goods for the West Point Manufacturing Company. Through our careful and tedious reclamation process, about 350,000 board feet or beams, 700,000 board feet of decking, and 1 million antique bricks from this site is now available. See more

Antique Heart Pine From The Heart Of Tennessee

Southend Reclaimed is reclaiming antique heart pine from the Bemis Cotton Mill. The mill was constructed in 1900 on a 300-acre site in Madison County Tennessee by the Bemis Bro. Bag Company. We are meticulously deconstructing this mill and reclaiming the sturdy antique heart pine that ran throughout this structure. About 500,000 board feet from this historic site is now available for new construction through wholesale, or as finished flooring and beams from our mill. See more