Tobacco barns were once a common site on farms throughout Virginia and The Carolinas. Used to cure the tobacco produced on the farms, the wooden material would take on a leathered look over time from housing the curing process. In milling this floor, we have taken great care to preserve than natural patina, saw kerf marks, and the other characteristics that make this floor unique—a unique mixture of browns and reds, along with occasional nail holes and a history that becomes the centerpiece of any home.
• Widths Available: 2.5” – 12”
• Lengths: 2’ – 12’+