Black Pearl (Exterior)
Silver Storm (Interior)
Gun Powder (Interior)
Smoked Brandy (Interior)
Sandy Pearl (Interior)
Reclaimed wood and barn wood have an irresistibly rustic aesthetic. Drift uses thermally modified spruce to create a weathered look nearly indistinguishable from reclaimed wood. In fact, in a side-by-side test, even experts struggle to see the difference.
Drift comes in a number of realistically-weathered colors, allowing you to create the exact look you desire for your space. With a water-based stain and brushed texture, Drift paves the way to the silvered look of naturally aged wood, offering beautiful transitions on its journey. Use Drift to break the mold and create the aesthetic you want (without sacrificing durability). We dare you.
Reclaimed wood may look beautiful, but it’s riddled with risks and unknowns like insect droppings, insecticides, lead, adhesives and stray nails. Drift offers the stability and durability Thermory is known for, with no harmful chemicals or unknowns. In fact, Drift comes with a 20+ year rot resistance rating!
Like all Thermory wood, Drift is thermally modified using only heat and steam. Our process is engineered by master wood scientists, delivering boards that are stunningly consistent in quality. Reclaimed wood is a gamble, but Thermory Drift is a guarantee.
20+ years of rot resistance
Bugs not included
Responsibly harvested and chemical-free
Our Drift Spruce cladding combines a rustic, weathered finish with 20+ years of rot resistance for the look you want and the stability you need.View Drift Spruce Cladding Products
For an innovative company that focuses on holistic sustainability, Drift was the perfect choice for a rustic, luxury treehouse resort that offered superior functionality while aligning with their core values.Read More About This Project
Drift and reclaimed wood both look rustic and beautiful - in fact, Drift was created to mimic the look of aged barn wood. But when it comes to wood, appearance isn’t everything. Read more about how Drift has taken the concept of reclaimed wood and improved it.Check Out Our Blog