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Category: Reclaimed Wood

There are a number of things that reclaimed wood can be used for inside a home or business including flooring, siding, mantles, sliding barn doors, and others. Reclaimed wood will add a rustic, yet elegant look to your home or business that goes with any style. Barnstormerswood has effectively developed an environmentally conscious methodology that allows us to dismantle and reconstruct old, 19th century barns so the structures can serve their owners well into the next century.


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Taking Care of Reclaimed Furniture

  Reclaimed furniture pieces are amazing to have for many reasons. Not only does reclaimed furniture add character and history to your home, but they are also pieces that will last you a lifetime. With owning reclaimed furniture comes the responsibility of keeping up with taking care of the pieces. Without the proper care, the...

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Popular Reclaimed Wood Flooring Options

  With reclaimed wood being such a huge home trend lately, everyone has been asking a number of questions about the most popular reclaimed wood options. Specifically, what the most popular reclaimed wood flooring options consist of. Considering that the flooring is a vital part of your home, it is important to make sure you...

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7 Unique Uses for Reclaimed Wood

  With the recent trend of reclaimed wood, there are many known uses for it including barn doors, flooring, mantels, and more. While there are multiple common uses for reclaimed wood, there are many things you can incorporate reclaimed wood into that create more unique pieces for your home. These statement pieces will really add...

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The Most Popular Siding Options

  We all know that trends come and go over the years, but when looking at siding options there is one that has seemed to stick around for a while making it the most popular siding option. This option is barnwood siding. Not only for exterior applications, but also for interior as well. While wood...

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Four Fast Facts About Reclaimed Wood

  Reclaimed wood is increasing in popularity as the public becomes more aware of all the wonderful projects it can be incorporated into at home and the office. Reclaimed barnwood and other recycled lumber are finding their way into walls, bookshelves, accent pieces, doors, flooring, and much more.   The following are a few fun...

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Finding Home Uses for Barnwood

  Salvaged wood, including barnwood, offers a unique American look to doors and windows, and much more. A growing number of homeowners who want a tangible connection to the frontier days, and our country’s agrarian roots, are incorporating gray barnwood and other varieties of salvaged wood into their home furnishings.   Consider these ideas for...

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Dos & Don’ts of Recycling Barnwood

  For furniture, siding, doors, and other applications, recycled barnwood lends an authentic sense of history and Americana. There is a multitude of great home refurbishing and construction projects recycled barnwood lends itself to, and gray barnwood and other varieties of this reclaimed wood are enjoying growing popularity among homeowners.   Recycling Barnwood Tips When...

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Considerations for the Reclaimed Wood Enthusiast

  Whether it’s for the kitchen table or the living room floor, a growing number of Americans are finding great deals and great looks by using reclaimed barnwood and other types of recycled lumber. Reclaimed wood can add a unique, authentic look to a variety of home improvement projects, including shelving and storage, flooring, and...

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Why Using Reclaimed Wood is Good for the Environment

  There are many ways out there to do your part in making a good impact on the environment. Did you know that using reclaimed wood is one of them? When you hear the word “recycle” you probably think of plastic bottles or newspapers, but using reclaimed wood for re-creation into decks, doors, floors, or...

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