- Tongue and groove pine from the 1940's from Billy's grandfather's house in rural East Durham.
- Alligatored 1920's heart pine siding from the Mallard St house that was moved from Duke's campus by Brooks Adams of Minerva Properties and Design.
- Orange trim pieces that came out of the Albright farm house on the Eno River's Confluence property.
- 1920's Southern Yellow Pine ship lap siding and beadboard from Watts-Hillandale in Durham compliments of Riverbank Custom Homes.
- More Albright Farm wood- beadboard and rough milled pine and oak.
- Pallet wood left over from the Primal project.
- And a variety of other cool 1920's/30's bits from around Durham.
My LP (life partner) Catherine and I installed this wood wall/ headboard at our house recently. We used a Fibonacci sequence and a fun mix of a variety of reclaimed wood bits from my shop. Included in the wall are;