RECLAIMED WOOD FACADE

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  • Commercial architecture featuring reclaimed wood facade from Centennial Woods
    Laramie Finish
  • Snowboard shop with reclaimed wood facade in Colorado.
    Cody Finish
  • Reclaimed wood facade on Black Mountain Rentals in Pinedale, WY supplied by Centennial Woods.
    Laramie Finish
  • Reclaimed wood facade on a shop and restaurant in Jackson Hole Wyoming from Centennial Woods.
    Laramie Finish
  • Reclaimed wood facade siding supplied by Centennial Woods at the local Starbucks in Laramie, Wy.
    Laramie Finish
  • Commercial space with reclaimed wood facade siding in Iowa.
    Laramie Finish
  • Reclaimed wood facade exterior siding on a restaurant in Chicago, IL.
    Cody Finish
  • Cunningham's Journal restaurant in Kearney, NE with horizontal reclaimed wood siding from Centennial Woods.
    Cody Finish
  • Starbucks exterior design in California using reclaimed wood facade milled from recycled Wyoming snow fence boards.
    Laramie Finish
  • Commercial space with reclaimed wood facade from recycled Wyoming snow fence boards.
    Laramie Finish
  • Exterior reclaimed wood facade on a commercial building in Las Vegas.
    Custom Finish
  • Shou sugi ban reclaimed wood siding from Centennial Woods at Blake Shelton's Ole Red restaurant in Toshimingo, OK.
    Yellowstone/Shou Sugi Ban Finish
Reclaimed wood facade ideas showing projects using recycled snow fences as siding. Centennial Woods’ reclaimed wood can be found as siding on all kinds of commercial buildings in all over the world including restaurants, cafes, shops, boutiques, salons, stores, and strip malls. This carbon-negative material can be successfully incorporated into many different architectural styles including modern, mid-century, rustic, and coastal. Brands like Shake Shack, Starbucks, and Cabela’s have chosen to use Centennial Woods’™ reclaimed wood due to its unique aesthetic and its consistency in color so different buildings in different states, provinces, or countries will look the same even if they’re built years apart.