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Two Reclaimed Old-growth Douglas Fir, 4"x 10" x 7' BARN BEAMS - $250 (Ferndale)

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We have only two left OLD-GROWTH Douglas Fir
4" x 10" x 7'  BEAMS. These would make absolutely PERFECT mantles, chunky shelves, or any other barn beam accents in your home or business! They are also an ideal, dense and versatile material, superior in strength and excellent for building rustic, chunky, and sustainable custom furniture pieces as well!! These true 4x10s, with perfectly weathered faces from being original floorboards in a 100 year old cabin are truly ideal for any application that calls for hard-to-find, breathtaking reclaimed old-growth material!
Old- Growth vertical Grain Douglas Fir beams, They are just weathered enough to have the perfect amount of rustic PNW character. Only Minimal nail holes  present, as each board was held onto the floor using just four, 10" long spikes per beam. We have them priced to sell at only $250 each, which is an extremely good price for the quality.

The rest of the floor was made with TRUE, 2" x 10" x 11'- 12' floorboards, and their gently -weathered patinas make them excellent choices for a huge variety of projects, really, the sky's the limit! PLUS, THEY ARE
SUCH AN AMAZING DEAL!! Asking Only $6 a foot.

Additionally, we have a VERY large collection of consistent, 11' tall roundwood studs/compression members, which, at 4-5" in diameter, have really demonstrated the greater stability and strength that can be achieved when framing with roundwoods instead of standard dimensional lumber!  Depending on how many you are interested in, we are prepared to negotiate a great deal on a nice, straight bundle of 11', 4-5" diameter, antique roundwoods! 

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