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Natural Grey Board

Our "Natural Grey Board" is named after the striking, silvery-grey tones that develop naturally on Eastern White Pine and Eastern Hemlock boards after exposure to the elements. We carefully age the wood in the elements over several seasons to achieve the perfect balance of texture and weathered grey tones. We harvest the wood for our natural grey board before any drastic weathering effects occur, resulting in a product that is younger than most other original face lumber. 

Our natural grey board boasts a subtle, refined texture that is circle sawn and highly sought-after for its consistent widths, lengths and appearance compared to other original face lumber. This rustic, naturally distressed look is perfect for a wide range of applications, including large commercial projects, home and barn siding, as well as indoor wall and ceiling cladding.

Natural Grey board lumber is cut to desired specifications.


Width | commonly 6,8,10 & 12”

Length | commonly from 8,10,12,14 & 16'

Thickness | 1" (can be milled to 3/4" & 5/8")


Available Services | kiln drying, milling, edging
Surface Texture | condition as is naturally aged


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Mushroom Board

Sourced from wood boxes for growing mushrooms in Lancaster County, PA, "mushroom board" offers rich color tones and rugged, textured panels.

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Natural Grey Board

Named after the silvery finish that develops on hemlock wood after its exposure to natural elements, "grey board" presents a clean, modern look.

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Weathered Siding

Weathered to rustic perfection, this barn wood siding tells the story of its unique time and place in a manner that cannot be "faux created."

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Classic Whitewashed

Straight from Pennsylvania dairy farms that used a lime wash on their barns, "classic whitewashed" wood gives a bright, natural pop of character.

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Brown Board

The true naturally aged patina of "brown board" reveals a variety of rich, warm, brown hues in species like oak and hickory.

Log Skins

These 2” log skins are carefully selected from only the finest hand-hewn barn beams on local Pennsylvania farms.

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Red Barn Siding

This barn wood siding offers the classic "Americana" look of family barns in the northeast U.S. that were painted red with white trim.

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