Antique materials

Reclaimed oak beams

Material reclaimed from old buildings.


For making wooden structures, decorative elements and interior decoration, furniture production


Oak beams carved by hand, with rich, varied structure, covered with natural antique patina, developed due to contact with atmospheric conditions and natural aging of the wood.The wood is not preserved chemically.

Our reclaimed oak beam is a stunning piece of wood that exudes all the character and charm of its former life. Perfect for those who are looking to add some character to their home, this beam can be used as a mantelpiece, shelf, or in any other application that requires a robust and visually striking piece of wood. Not only does it look great, but it is also incredibly durable, with a dense, solid oak construction that is sure to last for generations. So whether you’re looking to add some authentic character to your home or simply looking for a sturdy and dependable piece of wood, our reclaimed oak beam ticks all the boxes.


  • Length: 2,0 – 4,0 m ,
  • 4,0 – 6,0 m ,
  • 6,0 – 8,0 m ,
  • 8,0 – 10,0 m ,
  • Cross-sections : full range from 15 x 15 to 25 x 30 cm
  • Wood age ca 150-300 years 


Dimensions Wood age

Length: 100 – 700 cm

Cross-sections : full range from 10 x 10 to 30 x 30 cm

150 – 300 years

How are reclaimed oak beams recovered ?


Old oak beams are highly valued architecturally for their strength, beauty, and historic significance. Reclaimed oak beams, in particular, have become increasingly popular in recent years as a sustainable building material alternative due to their weathered patina and unique character. The process of recovering these beams is a highly specialized endeavor. It typically begins with scouting for suitable sources such as abandoned buildings, historical structures, and old barns. Once an appropriate site is found, the team of experts begins the careful dismantling process.

This involves removing the old beams while minimizing damage to the structure and ensuring the safety of the workers. The recovered beams are then cleaned, de-nailed, and graded to determine the level of quality and condition. The reclaimed oak beams are then processed in the proper manner to meet the specific needs of the clients, such as sizing, sanding, wire brushing, and finishing. The process of recovering old oak beams is not only a way to preserve their historical significance but is also an eco-friendly way to repurpose them, keeping them out of landfills and reducing the demand for newly harvested wood. 



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