Hello & Welcome

First off, if you’ve found yourself here I’d like to welcome you to the Old Wood Delaware Blog. If you want to learn more about our business click HERE to see our ABOUT page.

We’re beginning to curate content so be patient with us but you can look forward to posts about how to maintain your Old Wood furniture so that it will last for generations. Feel free to ask questions in the comments and share your ideas.

You can also expect to see some fun posts about where we get our reclaimed wood and how it begins its life before ending up on our showroom floor. Again; leave your feedback! Tell us what YOU want to see in our future posts.

Thanks for taking this journey with us!




Creating a new floor out of a dairy barn

We just had the pleasure of finishing a unique flooring job for the Archer Group in Wilmington, Delaware and now we can share it with you!

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Archer Group in Wilmington, Delaware

The team at the Archer Group contacted us for a unique flooring solution for their new office space. Of course Old Wood was up to the challenge.

This chevron pattern floor is a beautiful addition to their facility. What makes this job unique isn’t just the flooring pattern. The floor has not been stained; this color is the original patina from the dairy barn where we reclaimed the wood.

The beauty of this floor was created through years of

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Chevron Pattern Floor in Wilmington, Delaware

weathering and use. Our craftsmen did not mill the wood, only dried it and then sanded it once installed so that we could hand rub a matte polyurethane to protect the original mix and beauty of the reclaimed oak and poplar wood. 

Not only is this floor absolutely beautiful it’s full of history. You can’t get that from anywhere. But you CAN get it from Old Wood. Come in and check out our sample panels. You can have this wood installed in your home!

If you’re worried that you can’t have wood installed because you don’t have a wooden subfloor- NO WORRIES! This floor, because it was installed in a commercial multi-floor building, was glued onto concrete. With decades of experience our flooring experts can make your wood floor dreams a reality.