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Rustic Oak

Reclaimed Oak Paneling

Oak wood is a mainstay that has been used throughout history as a cornerstone wood for almost any application, from furniture to typical millwork. A handsome mixture of reclaimed rustic red oak and white oak, our rustic oak wall paneling has unique characteristics such as saw teeth marks and nail holes. Our reclaimed wood paneling is real wood that features a familiar grain pattern and light brown tones. Retrieved from barns and rural structures throughout most of the United States, reclaimed oak must be handled with extra care to preserve the valuable original surfaces. While reclaimed wood wall paneling is an interesting addition to any home interior, choosing to invest in reclaimed barn wood materials is also good for the environment.

Oak wood is a classic choice not only for its enduring beauty, but also for its strength and durability. Add these rustic oak wall panels as an accent wall in your home and you’ll have a solid wood wall to enjoy for years to come. Contact us today to ask about pricing, or any other questions you may have about our reclaimed wood wall panels. We’re happy to help!

Additional Info


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

Milled Profile

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


Pillowed Egde Icon Pillowed
Square Egde Icon Square


Proper wall paneling installation is the key to success in every job! Where you’re a frequent diy-er or this is your first project, we’re here to provide the guidance you need to ensure successful installation of your new wall panels. From installation to recommended care & maintenance, we’ll be here to help you with your project every step of the way. Our variety of milled profiles includes shiplap, square, and tongue and groove, and each has its own needs for installation.

Paneling Installation Instructions

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