American-Made Reclaimed Barn Wood Furniture
Founded by master craftsman Tim McClellan in 1991, Western Heritage Furniture started making furniture from recycled logs reclaimed from slash-and-burn piles in the Pacific Northwest – out of necessity. We continue to reclaim wood from old buildings and barns all over the United States as standard practice.
With each finished piece of furniture, we take pride in knowing that we have preserved another piece of American history that will live on in your home for generations to come. >> Our Process
When Tim McClellan, founder of Western Heritage Furniture, made a bet with his girlfriend that he could make the $1200 lodgepole bed she saw in a catalog for much less, he decided to reclaim timber from old slash and burn piles near where he lived. >> Read More
Introducing the Expanding Round Table
Originally built for a customer in Wyoming, this was to be a custom, one of a kind, expanding round table that we never thought we would build again. Boy were we wrong. >> Read More
The founder of Western Heritage Furniture, Tim McClellan of Durango, Colorado, has been invited to compete on Ellen DeGeneres’ new furniture design completion, “Ellen’s Design Challenge” on HGTV. Continue reading
From the Man in Black comes the Black Cherry Wood that was used in constructing this one-of-a-kind masterpiece. The wood was purportedly harvested from Johnny Cash’s Tennessee ranch 40 years ago and stored there on the property. Continue reading