Most woodworkers in our area are familiar with MacBeath Hardwoods, as they're a premier supplier to both the trade and the general public. Their wide selection and fine service are no secret, but what's new is the fact that they're now carrying reclaimed barn wood. I was actually there this morning picking out a bunch of boards for a credenza that I'm building. Its really nice stuff, and believe me, I've used a lot of it in psat projects so I'm happy to give it a thumbs up. And this isn't just a local-interest kind of announcement; MacBeath also operates stores in Berkeley, San Francisco, San Jose, and Edinbugh, Indiana. So if you happen to live near one of those spots, you're in luck. And, lest this sound like some sort of commercial, it isn't: I just like to shine a light on some good folks doing something good when I get the chance. Here's the details:
1576 S. 300 W.
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Monday- Friday: 8am-5pm
The rest of this post will showcase a collection of designs that I happen to love- none of them are my own, but I think they show off what barn wood 2.0 can do. Click on the image to see the gallery.