Longwood Antique Woods

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Longwood Antique Woods has been in the business of reclaiming and recycling old wood for over twenty years and has supplied unique solutions for floors, doors, bars, beams, furniture art, and much more. The antique wood in their collections is salvaged from historic barns, warehouses, and cabins slated for destruction throughout the Bluegrass region of Kentucky. Their mission is to supply a green product with a unique history; whether it is from the barn of highly recognized War Admiral or rural farmer Papa Shepard. These products add to the architect’s “green” ratings and the end user’s sense of environmental responsibility, all within an historical context without harvesting a single tree. The wood is meticulously saved by our team of craftsmen, restored and reused rather than being lost forever.

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Shepard’s Oak

The Shepard’s Oak is produced from weathered tobacco barn siding complete with character knots and nail holes.


Post and Beam Oak

The Post and Beam Oak is re-milled from large Oak beams offering a cleaner sophisticated finish.


Thoroughbred Oak

The Thoroughbred Oak is collected from horse farm fence planking from Kentucky.



The Poplar Collection is created from reclaimed Poplar beams from a historic hotel located in Louisville, Kentucky salvaged during renovations. It displays a beautiful aged patina with original surface marks or is available clean displaying colors ranging from green to golden amber.



The Pine in our Collections is reclaimed from warehouses and barns. The Random Width Heart Pine flooring contains both heartwood and sapwood and displays various grain patterns, knots and nail holes. The Longwood Wide Plank Heart Pine is produced from massive reclaimed beams. The flooring consists primarily of heartwood and displays beautiful grain patterns and patina.



The Beech displays a wide range of color and grain. The colors range from hues of golden amber to soft reds. The grains also vary creating a gentle flow to the wood.