Rustic cabin or city chic, we create custom wood paneling that’s right at home in almost any environment you desire. Great for walls, ceilings and a variety of other creative surfaces just waiting to be covered. Barn wood siding is excellent for rustic wall or ceiling paneling. Beams and dimensional lumber can also be sawn to produce excellent skins for a variety of siding, paneling and trim material to be used on walls, ceilings or any other area needing reclaimed wood paneling.
Reclaimed Oak Paneling
Reclaimed oak paneling! It’s an instant classic. Prized for its durability and attractive grain pattern, our collection of prefinished original rustic, brushed and smooth surfaced reclaimed oak delights all the senses. A mixture of domestic red and white American oaks. Oak is one of the ‘cornerstone’ woods in North America and world-wide. The mix of the reddish orange tones of red oak complement well with the gold and light brown hues of the white oak, making this floor a classic choice.
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Reclaimed Heart Pine Paneling
Heart pine is literally the wood that built America. One of our most popular woods, Reclaimed heart pine paneling is sought after for its rich gold, orange-red and pumpkin tones derived from the heart of the southern yellow pine species. Sapwood is a creamier, pinkish-tan and growth rings are dark, dense and very conspicuous. Derived from the ‘Heart’ of the southern yellow pine trunk, it is the heaviest and hardest softwood in the world and is excellent for any application.
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Reclaimed Elm Paneling
Reclaimed elm paneling just happens to be one of our faves over here at Elmwood Reclaimed Timber. The long straight grain, beautiful light color and of course it’s our namesake. Sanded surface combined with just the right color tones and surface sheen, we know you too will feel the zen. American Elm was the most widely planted shade tree from the Civil War until the early 20th Century.
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Reclaimed Douglas Fir Paneling
A reddish-brown pine with prominent growth rings and slightly lighter sapwood, Douglas fir paneling is predominantly straight grained, but can often be wavy or spiral. Harvested in the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, Douglas fir is to this day a very important tree species, utilized for any application from structural timbers to furniture making. Douglas Fir was a very traditional floor in turn-of-the century mission style homes for the working and living quarters, with a more formal hardwood in the parlor and dining rooms, or ‘public’ areas of the home. Today, we reclaim this versatile wood from old factories and warehouses in the form of large beams and dimensional lumber.
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Reclaimed Barn Wood Paneling
Reclaimed milled barn wood paneling is carefully milled from antique barn wood. Reclaimed milled barn wood paneling is perfect for interior wall and ceiling paneling. The aged siding reclaimed from the walls of century old utilitarian structures is skim planed to provide a smoother surface while retaining the character found in each plank. The historic barns located throughout the great plains were left in a natural state, which aged to a light brown to silvery grey. The siding from each barn is unique. Our dedicated staff grades through each plank to obtain only the soundest boards suitable for interior wall or ceiling paneling. Our reclaimed antique milled barn wood paneling is now ready to be given a second life in the interiors of your space.
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American Walnut Paneling
The woods are lovely, dark and deep. This is certainly true of American walnut paneling! The heartwood is rich dark brown to purplish in color with lighter tan sapwood. It is usually straight grained and texture is coarse and uniform. Black walnut is a very sought after cabinet lumber that is excellent for any interior application.
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American White Oak Paneling
Traditional wide plank white oak paneling, brilliant in every way. Smooth surface, brushed or original rustic faces combined with fresh color tones then finished with a variety of sheen levels. The sapwood is lighter than the heartwood, which is a light tan to yellow-brown. White oak is usually straight grained, but can be often irregular or cross-grained. White oak has a slightly less coarse texture than red oak and has been widely used throughout history as a cornerstone wood for most any application. White oak is the wood of choice for barrel cooperage for distilleries throughout history.
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American Hickory Paneling
Wide plank hickory floors are usually straight grained, but occasionally wavy or irregular, hickory has a somewhat coarse texture. Hickory is a very strong wood that, if treated well, will last a lifetime with minimal wear.
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American Ash Paneling
Wide plank ash paneling has beautiful grain and just the right amount of character as well as color variations. From creamy white and light gray-brown in the sapwood to deep browns at the heart, and a grain that is commonly confused with oak, Ash is excellent for virtually any application. A very hard wood, Ash is used extensively for tool handles, and almost all wooden baseball bats today are made from this very versatile and beautiful wood.
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European White Oak Paneling
Classic style with a modern twist. European wood paneling combined with contemporary colors, textures and of course, emotions! Featuring wide widths and long lengths these stylish planks are sure to impress in any environment from traditional to ultra modern.
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Custom Wood Paneling
Can’t find exactly what you’re looking for? We have options for that, too. Texture, color, finish; you name it and we’ll adjust it to fit your vision. That’s what bespoke is all about. Your project, completely customized from beginning to end. Need a starting point? Our bespoke library contains more than 2500 samples of different looks we have created over time. Some are wild and others mild, and they are all available to you.
Wood Paneling FAQ
You have questions, we have the answers. Each project is unique and requires special attention to details as well as in depth knowledge of everything from product specification to how it gets delivered. Let us help you navigate the choices and understand what to expect when it comes to realizing your vision.
To see the full FAQ section including questions about Elmwood as well as ordering and shipping questions click here.
What is acclimation and why/how do I need to do it?
Acclimation is the process of allowing the wood to equalize humidity levels and conform to its new environment. This is an important step in the installation process and ensures the wood planks stay tight. We recommend separating all of the bundles and acclimating our wood products for 7 to 14 days depending on your space and based on the type of wood you are acclimating to. It is important that all “wet work” such as dry walling and mudding be fully complete and that there will be no additional moisture added to the space before acclimation and installation. It is also advisable to have the HVAC system up and running to ensure that the space is at normal humidity levels.
How much extra material should I plan on ordering?
This can be a tricky question depending on your space and how you plan on installing the material. For a normal installation where the material is running parallel to the walls we would typically advise you to order at least 7 to 10 percent extra overage for cutting and fitting. If you plan on installing in an angled layout you will want to add more material as the cuts will add up and you will have more waste. We also do recommend having some extra material as “attic stock” in case planks get damaged for any reason.
What are actual vs nominal face widths?
Similar to going to a lumberyard a 2 x 4 is not actually a 2 inch by 4 inch dimension, our wood paneling is specified in full inch increments. The actual face width will be 1/2″ less after milling, so for example, a 7″ plank will have a face width of 6 1/2″. We will always do the calculations for you, so, you will end up receiving the correct square footage.
How to clean wood paneling?
Wood paneling that is left unfinished can be dusted and cleaned with a vacuum hose attachment. Prefinished wood paneling can be dusted the same way or also with a microfiber towel that will collect the dust on the wall.
Random widths vs single plank widths, what should I know?
Single plank widths can be challenging to produce in certain products and depend on available wood stocks. Imagine making a 5″ product and our stock is 5″, 6″, 7″ and 8″ planks, we will have to create substantial waste and rip the wider planks down to achieve enough of the 5″ width to complete the order, this adds cost and does not make the most of the value available for these resources, not to mention not being as environmentally friendly. While we are happy to accommodate your order there is added cost in doing so. Random widths help us to maximize the wood and are typically more cost effective, while, at the same time creating a very natural look and feel. Most of our orders are placed in a random width pattern for these reasons. When ordering random width material you will want to install in a truly random pattern, as you will not receive exact lineal footage of each width. We do however ensure that you will receive enough of each width to achieve a natural looking product.
Can Elmwood provide a Class A, non-combustible finish (ASTM E-84)?
Yes, we provide material to commercial projects regularly, and, in many cases, this is a requirement. The main product we use penetrates deep into the wood and gives a class A rating. While it can slightly darken the color of the wood in most cases there in no visual difference.
What colors go with wood paneling?
Wood paneling is a versatile product that can fit in with just about any design style and color pallet. The wood walls tend to be an accent for many spaces and play well with soft and bold color tones.
Can you stain wood paneling?
Yes, we offer our wood paneling in a wide range of stain colors and also have the ability to custom craft an exact color for your project with our bespoke program.
What types of finish can be ordered on a pre finished product?
Depending on the product ordered we have several different options for finish. For a more complete resource on finishing our wood products please visit our finishing page.
What is Bespoke paneling and how does it work?
We have a wide range of textures and colors that make up our flooring collections, but we know that some projects have specific needs that fall outside of this box. This is where our Bespoke program comes into custom tailors a product that is specific to your project needs and design vision.
How much does wood paneling cost?
Wood paneling has a wide price spread that depends on the width, length, thickness, species, and finishes that are applied. The range on paneling here at Elmwood is from $7-$15 per square foot.