Spruce reclaimed wood is veneer from old boards, beams, rafters, cord walls or log walls. The old spruce wood is mostly obtained from demolished farms, residential houses or factory buildings or is deconstructed. We recycle the wood and give it a second life! Old wood thus has an unmistakable character with its cracks, knots and mortises as well as warm colour tones.
Trade names and other names
German: Fichte Altholz gedämpft, Fichte Antikholz gedämpft
English: Reclaimed steamed spruce, Steamed vintage spruce, Steamed antique spruce
French: Epicéa étuvé vieux bois, epicéa étuvé récupéré
Italian: Abete evaporato vecchio legno, abete evaporato recuerato
Spanish: Abeto madera vieja, pícea madera vieja, abeto recuperado, abeto antiguo
Dutch: Sloophouten Vuren, sloophouten fijnspar
Portuguese: Abeto velha, espruce velha, abeto antigo, espruce antigo
Arabic: Sanawbar saghir
Available veneer thicknesses
1.4, 2.4 mm and sawn veneer 7 mm, other thicknesses on request
The spruce waste wood mainly comes from Central, Northern and North-Eastern Europe as far as Russia and Scandinavia. The waste wood is carefully extracted from old buildings and then processed into veneer.
Characteristics and wood colour
The annual rings are clearly visible in old spruce wood. Due to the fact that the wood has been used for decades in some cases, it has an unmistakable character with cracks and knots. The colour tone is usually light to grey-brown and warmer than that of new spruce wood. Old wood is often slightly steamed or boiled.