Reclaimed and Salvaged Barnwood Furniture

Reclaimed wood furniture is a style to be treasured

Whether chosen for its conservation element, durability, strength, or beauty, reclaimed hardwood provides a rustic look that almost seamlessly blends into your living space. It injects a sense of character with its own unique story into your space using beautiful textures, color variances, and random knots. Below you can view our curated collection of fine reclaimed hardwood and salvaged barnwood furniture, including handmade dining chairs and tables, coffee tables, bed frames, desks, and more.

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Parkin Reclaimed Bed

Available Twin - Cali King, this Amished reclaimed barn wood bed frame includes metal accents and epoxy-filled knot & nail holes to show off the lumber.

Elaine Reclaimed Dining Set


Available in a number of finishes, the Elaine Reclaimed Dining Set is a rustic, refined farmhouse ensemble built from reclaimed American barnwood.

Pittsfield Reclaimed Dining Set


This Pittsfield Reclaimed Dining Set combines distressed detailing with understated seating to bring rustic style to your dining ensemble.

El Dorado Reclaimed Rocker

Amish built, finished, and upholstered just for you, each El Dorado Reclaim combines a sturdy hardwood frame with high density foam cushions.

Drexel Dining Table

Expertly hand-crafted in the heart of Amish country, the Drexel Dining Table has a reclaimed hardwood top, turned legs, and an expandable dining surface.

Fryeburg Reclaimed Entertainment Center

Enhance your wall with a Fryeburg Reclaimed Entertainment Center. Shelves put your decorations on display while the TV is accessible behind a sliding barn door.

Fryeburg Reclaimed TV Stand

This versatile furniture piece can work in any room, bringing the rustic charms of reclaimed wood and the practical storage of 6 adjustable shelves.

Otisfield Reclaimed Trash Bin

Store your garbage somewhere discrete with the Amish-made Otisfield Reclaimed Trash Bin, complete with tilt-out access and a full-extension drawer.

Otisfield Reclaimed Kitchen Pantry

Executed by skilled Amish craftsmen from reclaimed barnwood, this food pantry has adjustable cabinet shelves. Measures 36"W x 16 1/2"D x 46"H.

Damariscotta Reclaimed Hutch

Bring rustic allure to your dining room or kitchen with the three-door Damariscotta Reclaimed Hutch measuring 63"W. Cabinets can come with or without the hutch.

Limestone Reclaimed Dining Hutch

This farmhouse-styled dining hutch has it all: glass-door cabinets to display your china, adjustable wooden shelves, and full-extension drawers, measuring 44"W.

Limestone Reclaimed Ladderback Chair

Made from reclaimed oak, the one-of-a-kind Limestone Reclaimed Ladderback Chair accommodates any dining room style, from rustic farmhouse to contemporary.

Eddington Reclaimed Sideboard

Amish furniture makers join reclaimed wood with black metal to create unique sideboards adorned with decorative hinges and handles, measuring 60” wide.

Eddington Reclaimed Dining Bench

Buy the Amish-made Eddington Reclaimed Dining Bench as part of a greater dining room furniture set or individually as a rustic accent. Order it in 48” - 84”.

Eddington Reclaimed Dining Table

The Eddington Reclaimed Dining Table, available in lengths 60” - 96”, combines barn wood with a unique black metal base for a handsome industrial look.

Acton Reclaimed Bench

This Amish-made bench presents the rustic nature of reclaimed lumber with a playful twist (literally) with the twirling shape of the legs. Available 48” - 84”.

Acton Reclaimed Table

Make a statement with this eye-catching rustic table! Reclaimed lumber merges with twisted black metal legs for a fun industrial furniture piece.

Veazie Reclaimed End Table

This reclaimed end table can add a touch of Amish-crafted, barn wood charm to your living room’s furniture collection. Order it with any stain or paint desired.

Veazie Reclaimed Coffee Table

This reclaimed coffee table, measuring 42"W x 24"D x 19"H, puts barn wood in the hands of expert Amish furniture makers to execute a classic living room staple.

Carmel Reclaimed Square Table

Made from reclaimed barnwood for a one-of-a-kind, rustic aesthetic, this farmhouse table comes in square 42” x 42” and two larger rectangular options.

Clinton Reclaimed Dining Chair

Combine mission-themed finesse with artful rusticness with these reclaimed barnwood dining chairs crafted by Amish woodworkers, available 18” and 25” wide.

Skowhegan Reclaimed Kitchen Chair

With its use of upcycled barnwood and ladder back design, the Skowhegan Reclaimed Kitchen Chairs enhances your dining room’s farmhouse decor.

Skowhegan Reclaimed Leg Table

Bring farmhouse charm to your dining room with the shaker styled table, the Skowhegan Reclaimed Leg Table, available with multiple sizes and optional leaves.

Eastern Plains Reclaimed Kitchen Chair

Seat family in these unique farmhouse ladder back chairs made from solid reclaimed barnwood to balance rustic with finesse. Sold with and without arms.

Earle Reclaimed Beverage Cart

The Earle Reclaimed Beverage Cart brings both rustic charm and industrial cool. This solid wood wine cabinet has four modifiable shelves and wheeled feet.

Bucksport Reclaimed Bed

Give your bedroom furniture a rustic yet modern upgrade with this two-toned bed made with rough sawn barnwood, compatible with both box springs and mattresses.

Bernice Reclaimed Hutch

Make farmhouse style come alive with this reclaimed barnwood hutch with adjustable buffet shelves and extending drawers for all your china storing needs.

Steeldel Reclaimed Bookcase

Perfect for an industrial or steampunk office or living space, the Steeldel Reclaimed Bookcase is available in two sizes and a number or durable wood finishes.

Steeldel Reclaimed TV Cart

Available with reclaimed Oak shelves, or your standard favorite hardwood, the Steeldel Reclaimed TV Cart lends a casual and rustic elegance to any living space.

What is Reclaimed Wood?

Reclaimed hardwood is high-quality upcycled material that has been taken from various sources such as old barns, houses, sheds, factories, and warehouses. These structures are disassembled piece by piece so that the most precious natural resource – the wood, can be reclaimed. After the structure is disassembled, the wood is hauled to the lumber handling yard where it undergoes an extensive cleaning and drying process. Nails are marked and removed, and the wood is placed under a metal detector, then stacked for drying. Then, the salvaged hardwood is kiln-dried to 7% moisture. There are various benefits to utilizing reclaimed wood.

  • Unique characteristics add charm. Things like wood grains, knots, small patches, pitting, small nail holes, and color streaking are characteristics that really set individual lumber and overall furniture pieces apart. Any variance that adds interest to the piece can be considered a plus for your home decor. Every piece of salvaged hardwood is different and cannot be replicated. 
  • Reuse and recycle. The barnwood process is an excellent green way to preserve the old and vintage and give the precious American hardwood a second life. When it’s harvested responsibly, reclaimed wood is a renewable, eco-friendly resource that reduces landfill waste.
  • Versatility of style. Reclaimed wood furniture looks equally as good in both traditional and contemporary home decor style homes.
  • It’s just as customizable as standard wood furniture. Design your made-to-order pieces by selecting your finishing touches such as the hand-applied stain or metal hardware used. Our expert Amish artisans take great pride in building each piece unique to you.

Keep in mind, that many of our solid wood furniture pieces can be customized to feature reclaimed wood. If you do not find a piece you would like in the curated list above, shop for a full selection of products here or contact us for assistance.

For more inspiration, read Guide to Reclaimed Wood Dining Tables & Furniture Sets

  • How do I clean reclaimed wood furniture?

    A smart solution is to purchase our pre-made Amish Furniture Cleaning Kit, filled with the same products we use and trust to clean wood furniture. View our educational articles to learn more about solid wood furniture care.

  • Is reclaimed wood furniture safe?

    Yes, the wood is hauled to the lumber handling yard where it undergoes an extensive cleaning and drying process. Nails are marked and removed, and the wood is placed under a metal detector, then stacked for drying. Then, the salvaged hardwood is kiln-dried to 7% moisture. Reclaimed wood is a green way to preserve precious American hardwood and give it a second life.

  • What should I know when purchasing reclaimed wood furniture?

    Things like wood grains, knots, small patches, pitting, small nail holes and color streaking are characteristics that really set individual lumber and overall furniture pieces apart. Any variance that adds interest to the piece can be considered a plus for your home decor. Every piece of salvaged hardwood is different and cannot be replicated.