Project Showcase

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

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.
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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.
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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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