Reclaiming the Past to Create the Future
Craftmark captures the story and history of deconstructed barns, mills, distilleries, factories and old warehouses that are resourced at our facility, which houses a large inventory of reclaimed lumber.
Craftmark preserves the history of these old structures and provides renewable and sustainable products for paneling, flooring, mantels, cabinetry, siding, woodwork, timbers, beams, and doors.
The warmth, look and feel of quality reclaimed timber adds a beautiful architectural wood element to any home, commercial building or renovation project.
We Can Find That
If we don’t have it, we will find it. Though most of our material is found here in the Pacific Northwest, Craftmark has developed global resources over the past two decades for locating reclaimed lumber. With shipping and importing experience combined with a vast database of contacts, Craftmark sources reclaimed lumber from throughout North America, South America, and other locations.
We specialize in working with architects, contractors, designers, and homeowners to find just the right look for your project.
We Can Do That
Craftmark employs its on-site MillWorks and trusted partners to provide all services needed to renew timbers, beams, siding, and other reclaimed material into beautiful wood flooring, structural and architectural elements, or impactful design accents.
A dedicated team of professional project managers, yard workers, mill workers, and reclaimed lumber experts provide a customer experience that is dedicated to catching your vision and bringing it to life. We specialize in working with architects, contractors, designers, and homeowners to find just the right look for your project.
You Can Experience That
The warmth, look and feel of quality reclaimed timber adds a beautiful architectural wood element to any home, commercial building or renovation project. You might be designing a rustic style interior with reclaimed hand-hewn timber-framing; wide plank rustic or pristine clear vertical grain (CVG) flooring; rich and warm wall paneling or distressed wood doors made from old growth lumber. Maybe you’re after a modern exposed beam package that matches your state-of-the-art kitchen but adds that element of warmth and history. No matter what you’re designing, reclaimed wood simply helps tell a story.