Unique hues: Timberchic reclaimed product from wood

Timberchic
Timberchic is a reclaimed product made from wood recovered from Penobscot River in northern Maine.

Introducing Timberchic, a reclaimed product made from wood that is recovered from the Penobscot River in northern Maine. These logs were lost during the log drives of over a century ago. Being submerged in the cold Maine waters imparted unique hues and patinas to the wood that cannot be found anywhere else.

Plank lengths are 12”, 16”, 20”, 22”, 30” and 42” randomly distributed in each box. Prefinished with a Class A flame spread rated, clear finish. VOC ≤ 135 g/L. Peel and stick application with 3M Double Coated Polyethylene tape.

Timberchic can be used on ceilings, backsplashes, columns and doors, among other uses.

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