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200 Years... Going on 300
Posted on April 21, 2022 @ 3:02AM

Hundreds of years in the forest... another 100 years as a barn.  Now, preparing for another century of life.  As I traveled through Bozeman, Montana on my way to Big Sky, I stopped to snap some images of these beautiful timbers being unloaded on a sunny afternoon.   Their past life included being transformed from timber on the property to a turn-of-the-century barn in eastern Montana.  

Now, we are hoping for an epic stretch of several more years when these timbers are installed as ceiling beams in a building project in the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky.

"These 35 foot solid Douglas fir beauties represent the holy grail of what we do. Our goal is to re-purpose wood materials, but also give integrity and longevity to the inherent strength in the wood, not to mention the original labor that squared them up." ~ Montana Reclaimed Lumber

Author: Noelle Child

Native to Montana, Noelle has always loved art and design. At a young age, she was consumed with creating something from nothing. She attended Montana State University and The Art Institute of Seattle - and traveled abroad to Indonesia, China, and South Africa to study design. In her studies, she gained a great appreciation for the beauty and history of many cultures, which has further inspired her work. With over two decades of experience in residential and commercial design she is currently based out of our Bozeman studio. Noelle’s skills include managing all facets of residential projects from conception to installation. She has experience with high design, custom furniture, lighting, art, rugs and more. Noelle is passionate about building relationships with clients and helping them express their characters.