A once beautiful and love-filled home and barn from Marietta, Georgia built in 1906 and reclaimed in 2014. This family home site began the process of custom furniture designed by The Woodcutter.
This was once a fully-functioning barn located in Bath County, Kentucky built between the 1930s & 1940s. It was reclaimed in November 2016.
A second barn located on the same property as McCarty Barn 1, housed feed for the animals. It is also located in Bath County, Kentucky built between the 1930s & 1940s. It was reclaimed in December 2016.
The Cotton Barn didn't house cotton, it housed tobacco. It was owned by the Cotton family and located in Henry County, Kentucky. This barn was built between 1890 and 1910. It was reclaimed in February 2017.
The Woodcutter’s handcrafted products are created with time and attention to detail. We are inspired by the unique qualities of each piece of reclaimed wood.
You will receive a picture of the structure prior to deconstruction along with the origin of the reclaimed wood used in your piece. We have documented the approximate age, state, county, longitude, and latitude of the each structure recovered.