Nashville Interiors Consumers Guide


When Brent Coursey left the restaurant industry to pursue his passion restoring buildings and homes in 1997, it was really just the first step on a path that led him to discover a deeper beauty from the structures through the wood materials used. The character and beauty of the lumber lured, and Woodstock Vintage Lumber was born....


...Heart pine is just one option in wood for people looking for special material with a sense of history for their project, no matter if it is rows of hand-sanded and custom finished exposed beams for a farmhouse or a few planks for a family project. Other woods Woodstock carries are mostly found regionally and include poplar, oak, beech, and birch. They also specialize in handmade brick and chiseled stone. 

"We try to only use materials that was reclaimed from buildings built at the turn of the 20th Century, and that kind of defines what kind of lumber we can provide for customers," Mayer says. "It's a family company so we like to try and keep everything really personal." 

They work with contractors and subcontractors and hobby furniture makers to help them choose the right materials for their vision, but excel when working with homeowners. Not crafty? No problem. Woodstock can make your special project for you. 

"we can do anything from a dining room table to sliding barn doors to TV consoles and credenzas," Mayer says. "Pretty much anything you can find a picture of we can build." 

 ---------Hollie Deese, Editorial Writer, Nashville Interiors Magazine


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