The Hanger Barn was a 15 bent tobacco barn near Eastern Kentucky University, The barn still had an old tobacco press inside prior to disassembly.

  • Fantastic. Looking forward to getting these shelves up on the wall in our new airbnb.

    TOM V.

  • Oh my god I am in love with this! It is exactly what I was looking for!!! Great customer service. Packaged well. Very happy customer!

    Zack S.

  • Shelves are absolutely beautiful, and deep enough to hold smaller plates and bowls. The look great in our newly remodeled kitchen.

    Miranda M.

  • Absolutely love these shelves! Made our room pop & it’s the focal point of things we love in the room!

    Kelly C.

  • Fabulous and very very pleased with my shelves. They are so rich looking, very high quality and the oiled finish is beautiful. They have the exact rustic look I wanted in my old farmhouse kitchen.

    Lucille G.


Your opportunity to own an authentic piece of history awaits. But this offer is only available while supplies last!

  • Authentic Reclaimed Wood

    All of our materials come from historic barns and other structures dating from the late 1700s to the early 1900s. Our mantels are made from high-quality reclaimed wood that has been salvaged from old barns, homes, and buildings, giving each piece a unique and authentic look that cannot be replicated. A custom letter is sent with every order letting you know the specific history of your piece.

  • Family Owned & Operated

    Modern Timber Craft started in 2014 from a love of old barns and historic buildings. Nearly 10 years into this, my wife Raquel, our dog Bear, and I, along with an amazing group of people behind the scenes help us to continue this adventure. We are passionate about creating an experience our customers will enjoy and remember while providing them with a unique and authentic piece of history.

  • Sustainably Sourced From Real American Structures

    All of our material is not only certified reclaimed, but also prepared and repurposed in the Pennsylvania. Salvaged from historic American structures within the eastern and midwestern portions of the United States and prepared in PA to be the focal point in your home.