In the 1950's tobacco farms still speckled the North Carolina region with echos of a past industry that influenced our culture and economy immensely. There were still half a million standing throughout the state. Today there remain about 50,000. As rot and decay set in and the industry declined these beautiful old barn once seen in the middle of every field are becoming scarce. Tall and windowless, weathered and whispering stories of a time when they were once fully functional, used to cure a tobacco crop that supported our communities state-wide. Considered a memento and important to our heritage many have tried to preserve these old barns; relocating them and renovating them, but with time comes the opportunity for new growth and we must let go of the past in order to make room for the future., With this being said it is important to honor our history, and what better way to do that then with some reclaimed barn-wood. Several of our locations have just received shipments of this unique material. If you want to add a bit of history to your home, this is a fantastic way to do it. A true conversation starter. Contact us if you are interested in adding some nostalgia to your space. Giving this material new life is a rare opportunity.