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This wood is extremely easy to work with and is great for many Interior Design applications such as Countertops, Bar Tops, Center Island Tops, Fireplace Mantels, Veneers, and Flooring. Also widely used for furniture such as End Tables, Dining Tables, Coffee Tables, and Benches.View our gallery for ideas on how to use Reclaimed Wood for your designing needs.
Lady Bird Lake
Lady Bird Lake is a river-like reservoir in Austin, Texas, on the Colorado River. The reservoir was built by the city of Austin in 1960 as a cooling pond for a new city power station. The lake, which covers 416 acres, is presently largely utilized for flood control and recreation. The reservoir is named after Lady Bird Johnson, the former First Lady of the United States.
Lady Bird Lake is the easternmost in a chain of reservoirs on the river, which runs entirely within Texas. It is not to be mistaken with the larger Colorado River, which runs through the Southwest. Lake Buchanan, Inks Lake, Lake LBJ, Lake Marble Falls, Lake Travis, and Lake Austin are all part of the Texas Highland Lakes network.
Barton Springs Municipal Pool
The Barton Springs Pool is an outdoor recreational swimming pool that is totally filled with water from adjacent natural springs. It’s in Austin, Texas, on the grounds of Zilker Park. The pool is located within Barton Creek’s channel and uses water from Main Barton Spring, Texas’ fourth largest spring. The pool is popular for year-round swimming since the temperature stays between 68 and 74 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Texas State Capitol is the state’s capitol and seat of government in the United States. The structure contains the offices and chambers of the Texas Legislature and the Governor of Texas and is located in downtown Austin, Texas. It was designed in 1881 by architect Elijah E. Myers and built between 1882 and 1888 by civil engineer Reuben Lindsay Walker. In 1993, a $75 million underground extension was finished. In 1970, the structure was added on the National Register of Historic Places, and in 1986, it was designated as a National Historic Landmark.
The Texas State Capitol is 302.64 feet tall, making it the sixth tallest state capitol in the country and one of just a few taller than the US Capitol in Washington, D.C. The capitol was voted 92nd in the American Institute of Architects’ 2007 “America’s Favorite Architecture” poll.
Mount Bonnell, commonly known as Covert Park, is a prominent point in Austin, Texas, along the Colorado River’s Lake Austin part. Since the 1850s, it has been a popular tourist attraction. Views of Austin, Lake Austin, and the surrounding hills are available from the peak. In 1969, it was recognized as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark (Marker number 6473), and in 2015, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Bullock Texas State History Museum
In Austin, Texas, the Bullock Texas State History Museum is a history museum. The museum is dedicated to interpreting the constantly changing “Story of Texas” to the broadest possible audience through relevant educational experiences. It is located a few blocks north of the Texas State Capitol at 1800 North Congress Avenue in Austin, Texas. The Texas State Preservation Board manages the museum as well as the Texas State Capitol, Texas Capitol Visitors Center, Texas Governor’s Mansion, and Texas State Cemetery.
Blanton Museum of Art
With 189,340 square feet devoted to temporary exhibitions, permanent collection galleries, storage, administrative offices, classrooms, a print study room, an auditorium, shop, and cafe, the Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin is one of the largest university art museums in the United States. The Blanton’s permanent collection includes about 18,000 works from Europe, the United States, and Latin America, with notable holdings of modern and contemporary art, Latin American art, Old Master paintings, and prints and drawings from Europe, the United States, and Latin America.
McKinney Falls State Park
McKinney Falls State Park is a state park in Austin, Texas, United States at the confluence of Onion Creek and Williamson Creek. It is administered by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The park opened on April 15, 1976 and is named after Thomas F. McKinney, a businessman, race horse breeder and rancher, who owned and lived on the land in the mid-to-late 19th century. The park is part of the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail.
Lake Austin, previously Lake McDonald, is a water reservoir in Austin, Texas, on the Colorado River. The reservoir was created in 1939 when the Lower Colorado River Authority built Tom Miller Dam. Lake Austin is one of the LCRA’s seven Highland Lakes, and it serves as a flood control, power generation, and recreation facility.
These are flooring surfaces boards RECLAIMED from Cargo storage containers and Freight Trailers and are about 20 years old. This timber is naturally affected from the frequent misuse they received during their lifespan. They are Oak and have a stunning grey patina which many favor to keep – furthermore, it can be wiped clean and lightly sanded to accept any stain coloration. These planks are also deep enough to plane 1/16 ” off for a more latest / clean look with a trace of wear.
Each plank is 12″ wide x 1 1/4 ” thick and vary in length from 8 ft – 12 ft. The panels are butcher block quality and the sides are ship lap. This material weighs approx 4 ½ lbs per sq ft and is excessively pain-free to work with.
The design methods are infinite for Interior / Exterior, home and Commercial use. Some of the most widely used concepts are sliding Barn Doors, Indoor or external Accent Walls, floor covering, uncovered Vaulted Ceilings, Cabinets, Shelving, indoor or outdoor Bar Tops, counter tops, Center Island tops, and floor coverings. This wood is also great for endless home furniture Designs such as dinner Tables, Coffee Tables, Console Tables, and Bookcases.
These are flooring planks REPURPOSED from decommissioned railcars from the 1920’s – 1940’s. This EXCELLENT RECYCLED material has toured the rails of The country for decades and dons the history of its life on its finish. They have a deep color and pretty charm as well as all-natural distressing that many try to replicate. These wood panels are built in butcher block style that makes the material really stable and helps prevent bowing and cupping.
Each plank is 12″ wide x 2 1/4″ thick and more or less 8 feet long – the whole span of the board is tongue on one side and grooved on the other side and weighs about nearly 9 lbs per Sq ft. The boards are all real wood and are primarily Oak or Maple but we also receive some Hickory and Mahogany periodically.
This lumber is incredibly convenient to work with and IS used for a lot of Interior Design applications such as Kitchen Countertops, Kitchen Center Islands, Indoor and exterior Bar tops, Fireplace Mantels, and stairway Treads. There are also a variety of furnishing solutions including Dining Tables, Dining Table Benches, Coffee Tables, End Tables, and Console Tables.
The cost for these planks is $275 – $325 per 8′ plank.