Reclaimed flooring
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Reclaimed Barn Spruce Natural White Flooring


Add rustic charm and character to your interiors with Reclaimed Barn Spruce Natural White Flooring.  Salvaged from European Agricultural Barns, the attrition of sun, snow, wind and rain has resulted in a truly stunning natural product. A bold patina runs throughout and is further complemented by rustic features such as knots and cracks.

The chocolate tones are contrasted beautifully by lighter sun-soaked areas and highlights, with no two planks the same. The planks have been hand spoked on the long tongue and groove edge, creating an imperfect joint that adds to the distressed and weathered feel of the wood.

Handcrafted at our Yorkshire workshop, the planks have been meticulously worked, enhancing natural features and creating a durable and hardwearing product. Compatible with under floor heating, the wood has a natural matte finish and would look great in any given space.

Please note that as this is a natural product the colour, grain knots and markings will vary from batch to batch, as well as from one plank to another, making our flooring a truly unique natural product.

Technical Specification 

ApplicationCommercial & Residential
ConstructionEngineered: 6.5mm (+/-1mm)/15mm
EdgesHand Spoked
InstallationGlue, Secret Nail
FinishRaw Lacquer
ShineNatural Matte

Sizes & Pricing

DepthEngineered: 21.5mm (+/-1mm)
(average approx 155mm)
Length400mm – 2450mm
(average approx 1600mm)
Price From£94.50 + VAT per m2
(Trade discount available)


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