Reclaimed wood is a great example of sustainable construction and design. Old barns, factories and warehouses no longer in use become the source of unique timber that can be applied for both exterior and interior purposes.
When I think of naily board for a barnwood walls, It always makes me smile. Why? When I first started out taking down barns, I used to burn these boards because they had so many nails in them. I couldn't imagine spending the time and energy to pull all of the nails from these boards. It would be enough to drive you nuts!
I get asked often about what widths our reclaimed flooring comes in and of course why does it come in variable widths. My goal for this article is to show you why reclaimed hardwood flooring typically comes in multiple widths and maybe knock off a few myths along the way.
Want To Save Money On Your New Reclaimed Wood Floor?
Have you considered saving some money on your new barn wood flooring? Finishing your new reclaimed wood floor is a good option for someone who wants to save a little money. Installing the floor is the difficult, back breaking work. So at this point, if you are ready to put in a little sweat equity, this is certainly a DIY project.
In a house, you could have several accent walls. If you had 10 rooms, you could do something different in each of the rooms. Even if you did one reclaimed wood wall per room, there's lots of different ways you can do it.
What Are The Different Types and Good Colors For Reclaimed Wood Walls?
Honestly, I don't think I have ever found a bad combination of barnwood accent walls. I have a lot of customers that really worry about how it's going to go together, and if they're going to get the pieces right, the color right,etc.
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The short answer...it's just basically a wall that is going to accent what you already have in the house. It can be a different color paint, but in this article we are referring to barnwood accent walls.