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Antique White Oak

Reclaimed White Oak Paneling


While white oak flooring is growing in popularity amongst homeowners, these reclaimed wood wall panels also deserve a spotlight in interior design trends. Burnished with patina and character, our antique reclaimed white oak paneling develops richer, more golden hued color tones than its newly harvested counterpart. The sapwood is lighter than the heartwood, which is a light tan to golden-brown. White oak usually features a vertical grain, but can often be irregular or cross-grained.

White Oak has been used throughout history as a cornerstone wood for many applications and has been the wood of choice for barrel cooperage for distilleries. Today, reclaimed antique white oak is found in barns and structures throughout the Midwest and eastern United States. Reclaimed wood isn’t just stylish, with its unique character features such as nail holes and knots, it also benefits the environment!

Not sure how to incorporate these wide plank wall panels in your next diy project? Wood wall paneling is a versatile product that can be used for a barnwood accent wall, backsplash, or unexpected ceiling feature (another upcoming trend). Contact us today about our White Oak wall paneling pricing or to order a sample of our wood paneling.

Additional Info


Specs

Random Widths: 3″-5″, 3″-7″
Specified Widths: 3″-7″
Thickness: 3/4″, 5/8″, or 1/2″
Lengths: 2-12′ Random or Specified Lengths
Surface Texture: Sanded Smooth
Finish: Pre Finished or Unfinished
Fire Retardant: Optional

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Antique White Oak is 100% FSC Certified Recycled and eligible for LEED Credits.

Milled Profile

Shiplap Milled Profile Icon Shiplap
Square Milled Profile Icon Square
Tongue and Groove Milled Profile Icon Tongue and Groove

Edges

Pillowed Egde Icon Pillowed
Square Egde Icon Square

Installation

Proper wall paneling installation is the key to success in every job! We’ll be here to help you with your diy project every step of the way, from installation to recommended care and maintenance. These wall panels come in a variety of milled profiles to suit any project need. Whether you’re building a wood wall with shiplap panels, or tongue and groove, we can help provide the support you need. And when it’s done and you have the time to enjoy the look and feel and aura of the wood wall paneling, you can rest easy knowing it’s installed to last.

Paneling Installation Instructions

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