After the original face barn wood has been sanded, we provide several finishing options that show a wide range of rustic tones. Offering an amazing finished look for the grey weathered, skip planed, or wire-brushed barnwood options.
This classic material has been salvaged from siding and timbers of barns and antique structures from all over the United States. Although it may come from many different species, they all share a gorgeous variety of grey tones, which perfectly identifies as the classic, weathered barnwood that is often used as paneling for walls and ceilings.
If the barnwood original face has too rough of a texture for your project, we can offer a range of different sanding options to smooth out the boards, lighten the color, and ensure there won't be any splinters if it will be something anyone may come in contact with.
The feature shows old oak that was used in an older barn, dressed smooth but still has a strong, reclaimed quality with lots of character markings such as knot holes, nail holes, small splits, and other rustic signs of weathering.