Reclaimed Wood Solutions currently services Portland and All of Texas including San Antonio, Dallas, Keller Ft Worth, Austin

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.

Kimbell Art Museum

The Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas, houses a permanent collection of art as well as traveling exhibitions, educational events, and a large research library. Its first artwork came from Kay and Velma Kimbell’s private collection, and they also gave financing for a new structure to house it.
The structure, created by architect Louis I. Kahn, is widely regarded as one of the most important achievements of modern architecture. It’s known for the silvery natural light that pours in through the arched gallery ceilings.


Fort Worth Zoo

The Fort Worth Zoo is a zoo in Fort Worth, Texas, United States, that was founded in 1909 with one lion, two bear cubs, an alligator, a coyote, a peacock and a few rabbits. The zoo now is home to 7,000 native and exotic animals and has been named as a top zoo in the nation by Family Life magazine, the Los Angeles Times and USA Today, as well as one of the top zoos in the South by Southern Living Reader’s Choice Awards.
The Fort Worth Zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.


Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is a post-World War II art museum in Fort Worth, Texas, that houses a worldwide collection of modern and contemporary art. The Modern, which was founded in 1892 and is housed in a building designed by architect Tadao Ando and opened to the public in 2002, is located in the city’s cultural area. The American Alliance of Museums has certified the museum, which houses a permanent collection of over 3,000 works of art.


Amon Carter Museum of American Art

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art is located in the cultural district of Fort Worth, Texas. Paintings, photography, sculpture, and works on paper by notable artists working in the United States and its North American territories in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries are featured in the museum’s permanent collection. The period from the 1820s to the 1940s has the highest concentration of works. The museum’s holdings are also strong in photographs, prints, and other works on paper created up to the current day.
The collection focuses on Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell’s depictions of the Old West, as well as artworks illustrating nineteenth-century exploration and settlement of the North American continent and masterworks that are representative of significant turning moments in American art history. 45,000 exhibition-quality prints, spanning the “whole spectrum” of American photography from its inception to the present, document the “whole spectrum” of the medium.


Fort Worth Botanic Garden

The Fort Worth Botanic Garden is a botanical garden in Fort Worth, Texas, located at 3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard. The garden, which was founded in 1934 and is Texas’s oldest important botanic garden, is located in the cultural area. The Fuller, Rose, and Japanese Gardens are the most visited locations.


Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is located in the city’s Cultural District at 1600 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, Texas 76107. The Fort Worth Children’s Museum opened in 1945 and was relocated to its current location in 1954. The museum was given its current name in 1968. In addition to touring and permanent science and history exhibitions, the museum has the Noble Planetarium and the Omni Theater, as well as Star’s Cafe and Shop Too! gift shop.
The museum was closed for repairs in the fall of 2007. With a temporary “2 museums, 1 roof” campaign, the museum had a limited presence in the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame next door while construction. In 2009, the entire museum was relocated to a new structure on the same property. The new structure, which has a total area of 166,000 square feet, was designed by architects Legorreta + Legorreta in collaboration with Gideon Toal. The original Omni Theater and lobby were renovated but largely preserved. In addition, the museum erected the museum around one tree from the previous museum courtyard, leaving the tree in an open space known as the Heritage Courtyard. The maximum number of people who can be accommodated is 3,369 people.


National Cowgirl Museum & Hall of Fame


Fort Worth Water Gardens

The Fort Worth Water Gardens, which opened in 1974 and are next to the Fort Worth Convention Center, are located on the south end of downtown Fort Worth between Houston and Commerce Streets. The Amon G. Carter Foundation dedicated the 4.3-acre Water Gardens to the City of Fort Worth, which were planned by famed New York architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee.
The urban park is sometimes referred to as a “cooling oasis in the concrete jungle” of the city. Three water ponds and a terraced hill serve as focal points, shielding the park from the rest of the city. The south end of the park is now quieter because to the relocation of Interstate 30 from its old location directly adjacent to the Water Gardens. The park has been landscaped and prepped for redevelopment and is now located near to Lancaster Avenue.
The peaceful, blue meditation pool is surrounded by cypress trees and high walls covered in a thin layer of water that cascades nearly 90 degrees down to the deep blue water feature. The sound of water on the walls reminds me of a light rain shower. Under a canopy of enormous oak trees, the aerating pool contains various lit spray fountains.


NRH2O Family Water Park

NRH2O Family Water Park, stylized as NRH2O, is a water park located in North Richland Hills, Texas, owned by the City of North Richland Hills.
The park opened in 1995 and contains water slides, a swimming pool, a wave pool, and a lazy river.


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.



Fort Worth, TX

About Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth is the fifth-largest city in the U.S. state of Texas and the 13th-largest city in the United States. It is the county seat of Tarrant County, covering nearly 350 square miles (910 km2) into four other counties: Denton, Parker, Wise, and Johnson. According to the 2020 U.S. census, Fort Worth's population was 927,720. Fort Worth is the second-largest city in the Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington metropolitan area, which is the fourth-most populous metropolitan area in the United States.The city of Fort Worth was established in 1849 as an army outpost on a bluff overlooking the Trinity River. Fort Worth has historically been a center of the Texas Longhorn cattle trade. It still embraces its Western heritage and traditional architecture and design. USS Fort Worth (LCS-3) is the first ship of the United States Navy named after the city. Nearby Dallas has held a population majority since the 1950s, and Fort Worth has become one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States in recent years, particularly in the 21st century, and has more than doubled its population since 2000. Fort Worth is the location of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition and several museums designed by contemporary architects. The Kimbell Art Museum was designed by Louis Kahn, with an addition designed by Renzo Piano.

Fort Worth, TX

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