The wide selection of reclaimed wood and metal inventory has been groomed, de-nailed and dried for interior application. The material can be hand selected by customers or ordered online for pick up or delivery.
The inventory is sourced from many types of buildings including old barns, factories, log cabins, homes and warehouses so that the colors, textures and patina are very unique.
Most of the inventory can re-sawn to the customer specifications such as custom cut fireplace mantels, accent wall cladding or ceiling beams and joists.
Mimosa's Restaurant Bar was adorned with vintage metal cladding and thick reclaimed counter top from a joist from an old factory.
Sawmill Brewing Company
Sawmill Brewing Company's icon staircase was design-built with reclaimed industrial steel racking and rough sawn Hemlock joists salvaged from a local building.
Men's Hair Salon
Men's Hair Salon waiting area included tables built from recycled hardwood glass pallets and industrial steel racking.
La Taqueria entry features a custom WallArt depicting the Mexican national colors made of reclaimed factory and farm planks. Plus, several accent walls and furniture incorporated reclaimed wood and metals.
The Cruise is a a great example of a DIY business owner purchased only reclaimed boards and design-built the sign himself for his family restaurant.
Roast is a unique restaurant pub on State Street in Madison. The atmosphere is a blend of contemporary fixtures and industrial chic. A fun place to meet, eat and drink together.
Wit's End Salon
The owner/operator of Wit's End Salon wanted a reception desk that was eclectic fun with reclaimed siding and roof metal that is also functional to hide the clutter and provide a welcoming spot for customers to complete all transactions. This desk even has reclaimed factory cart wheels.
360 Construction in Milwaukee purchased several reclaimed hardwood planks and wavy rusty metal sheets to design-build outdoor seating for restaurant pub client.
For this open plan home, super versatile reclaimed wood tables with wheels were design-built with lower storage for large trays and pans. When they are not hosting large gatherings the pair of tables are separated to create a home office setting.
This "man cave" was decked out with a thick live-edge pine slab that was stained dark walnut and finished with durable matte sealer.
Mixed color and texture accent wall created a warm rustic setting in this lake home bedroom. It was another DIY project for the home owner.
The high vaulted ceiling in this room allowed this client to display some unique old factory fixtures such as the wood slat elevator gate and the monster 12x12 pine fireplace mantel.
Kitchen islands give clients a great opportunity to feature a special reclaimed wood top that is warm and inviting for the family to gather yet easy to maintain and durable.
Simple is better in this case as a humble rustic farm style bench along with a rustic coat/hat rack provides a welcoming foyer.
Rustic Hemlock Barn Joists and steel accents were formed into this interconnected kitchen counter/peninsula with several appliances to complement a dramatic view to the lake.
A handsome reclaimed wood Douglas Fir bar height table with reclaimed steel legs pulled together an unusual spot in this private jet plane hangar.
This is a classic reclaimed wood Harvest Table with two benches for a family that enjoys the outdoors and sharing stories.
Rumor has it that this DIY table project design-built by a young urban couple galvanized their relationship. It was even used in their wedding for the head table. They are happily married now.
Late night work hours are often most relaxing hours. This DIY project was a massive live-edge Pine bar top.
Having a wide selection of wood as well as metals make DIY projects much easier to create something one of a kind.
Many of the buildings dismantled have very cool collectibles with gauges, handles and hardware that can be incorporated into your designs.
Doors and windows are often some of the best reuse items for displays as well as be re-utilized as doors and windows again.
Assembly of projects can be challenging so WOODsconsin can provide help to pre-build parts of your project and then you finish the rest.
Fireplace mantels, shelves and accent walls are some of the most popular DIY projects. The WOODsconsin Showroom has dozens of options to choose from.
WOODsconsin staff can work with you to help develop your best practices.
When engineering was art too.
Furniture and Home Decor
A 12 foot reclaimed Hemlock harvest table with benches was delivered just in time for their Thanksgiving and Christmas Season and their big gatherings.
Each unique work of art includes the history of the reclaimed wood attached to the back of each piece. Artwood Home Decor can be found at both Wisconsin locations, Merrill and Oconomowoc.
Versatile round or square tables were design-built for a restaurant that wanted the flexibility to drop the leaves and combine several tables together.
A lake home in Northern WI was the perfect place for this round reclaimed Hemlock table under their awesome antler chandelier. A coffee table, end tables and entertainment center were also built to complement the table.
This Trestle Table included ornate legs turned out of reclaimed Elm barn beams and topped with reclaimed Pine joists. It was nestled in this family room cove with reclaimed barn beams hovering above.
Modern and Organic, this sleek coffee table is made of Butternut with inlaid rippled glass which symbolically represents a river and waterfall cascading down the front. A 3-point design is supported by a reclaimed stainless steel I-beam.
Rough and gnarly reclaimed Hemlock planks with natural wain were used to create this memorial bench for a loved one to be place over looking a private pond.
A simple Farm Style harvest table and benches was just what this client ordered to complement their trophy room where many hunting stories will be shared many times over.
Bathroom vanities made of warm reclaimed wood really bring an inviting and comforting feeling.
A Chicago Area condo wanted a special dining table in a floor to ceiling alcove with a spectacular view. A live-edge Pine slab was shaped together to from a dramatic river to waterfall gorge in the center of the table with inlaid ripple glass and stainless steel trim.
Steel and reclaimed wood boards were fabricated in an informal random shelving/display piece. It's free-form style can be used in many applications.
Sofa tables like this reclaimed Douglas Fir at bar height is a great way to create additional stadium seating for entertainment rooms.
This 6 foot reclaimed oak harvest trestle table is one of two that were custom built for a client that wanted a 12 foot table but opted for a pair to allow for them to be future family heirloom tables.
Walls Ceilings & Floors
These ceiling planks, joists and beams turned this Chicago Area urban loft into a Rocky Mountain get-away resort. All the materials were reclaimed from a Wisconsin barn.
The Sawmill Brewing Company flooring is a mix of 14 different native woods species in the Central Wisconsin Valley. It creates a unique mosaic pattern and is all local.
Spalted Maple flooring in 1.5" widths offers an old world look that is often appreciated when renovating a cottage or vintage lake home.
This kitchen accent wall came from three different deconstructed buildings which created a playful mix and cheery look.
100 year old factory planks with whitewashed joist marks turned this entertainment room into a cool atmosphere to entertain friends and family.
Another view of how joists, beams and ceiling planks can transform a vaulted room into a ski chalet feeling.
This accent wall is a mix of rustic flooring boards with reclaimed planks from an old French Fur Traders home that once stood along the Wisconsin River in Marathon County.
Mantels, Doors & More
Here is a fun mix of vintage doors in this Lake Mills, WI home vestibule from a frosted glass closet door to a sliding rustic barn door to the powder room.
This field stone fireplace was massive so it took a rare 12x12 White Pine timber floating mantel to balance the scale.
Here are three totally different styles of sliding doors that were integrated in the same lake home on Green Lake, WI
This mantel display at the WOODsconsin Showroom represents a wide range to choose from gnarly rustic to modern sleek.
Many wood window sash & frame types and sizes are salvaged and repurposed in home decor and sometimes actually reused in restoring vintage buildings.
This master bedroom was guarded by this large rustic sliding door.
An old boiler house door was repurposed into a door to a special vault which the most valued booze for the Two Harps Pub in Stevens Point, WI
A wide array of boiler house faucet handles show how many of the fixtures the past were functional but also works of art.
Solid vintage wood doors are very versatile as decor as well as reused in some restoration projects. The high quality and patina are cherished.
Slab sawing, sanding, wood joining, wood ripping and re-sawing, welding, wood finishing, grinding and delivery.
Large live-edge slab sawing up to 5 feet wide is available.
WOODsconsin maintains an inventory of "ready to go" slabs for bar tops, tables, mantels, etc.
Sanding is a critical step but varies greatly on the type of final patina, stain and finish selected by the client.
Proper joining of all wood components with premium glue materials, dowels "Dominos" are carefully implemented to maintain high quality workmanship.
Re-sawing and ripping are often needed to get the best results.
Fine scroll cutting and other intricate details require band saw work.
Welding metal structural components and aesthetic features has become a staple to many of WOODsconsin's projects. It includes reclaimed metal as well as new steel when specified.
Spray finishing and sealing is often one of the last critical steps.
WOODsconsin provides door to door delivery to make certain the order arrives on time and safely.
Metal grinding and fabrication is often a daily grind ;)
Schmitt Family Farm
The unused dairy barn at the multi-generation Schmitt Family Farm located north of Wausau was carefully deconstructed in 2018 to harvest premium gray and red tinted siding.
In the late 1850's a French Fur Trader built this log home along the Wisconsin River and raised his family of five. This structure was disassembled and numbered log by log. Now, it is rebuilt into an arts and crafts center as part of a day care operation located in Rice Lake, WI
Kamke & Sons Warehouse
Built in the later 1890's, the Kamke & Sons Warehouse was home to a hardware and farm implement dealership for decades serving Lincoln County. The 2015 deconstruction generated substantial amounts of both reclaimed wood and metal.
A vintage motor-less wheel and pulley elevator from the Kamke Warehouse was disassembled, salvaged and re-assembled to serve a five-story "treehouse" on private property overlooking Lake Superior in Northern WI.
Anson & Gilkey
This aerial view from the water tower was of the main multi-story manufacturing building of the Anson & Gilkey factory which featured a vintage freight elevator and large wood post and beam construction.
Anson & Gilkey
This 28 foot clear cathedral-like warehouse at Anson & Gilkey was built out of Douglas Fir shipped by rail from the US East Coast.
Anson & Gilkey
The Anson & Gilkey Factory started in 1910. More than a dozen buildings adding up to 300,000 square feet were dismantled one board at a time in 2013. This complex provided a wide range of wood and metal for re-purposing. The water tower was an iconic feature in the community for over 100 years.
Pay Brothers Barn
Pay Brothers Barn in Harrison Hills, Lincoln County WI was built in the mid-1920's. It was all hand-hewn Hemlock and Pine. It was all deconstructed by hand by a hearty WOODsconsin Team in 2017 when the owner saw the foundation collapsing.
Lake Somo Log Cabin
Members of the Ojibwa Tribe built this log cabin on Lake Somo just west of Tomahawk, WI in 1906. It had a high vaulted ceiling made out of Red Pine for the surrounding forest. A family from Chicago would travel by train to it's summer home.