Rustic and rugged paneling is really in — which is great news for those of us who have “gone country” our whole lives. Now you can put a little country in any home you like with our variety of rustic pine paneling options ranging from our old-school, rugged circle sawn wood fresh off the band saw — to smooth, white shiplap or nickel gap wood that will bring back the whitewashed wall look of a farmhouse kitchen.
Not sure what kind of Barnwood suits you?
Find your favorite barn wood today and order up a sample or two. Choose from:
- Weathered Wood (Looks like we just pulled it off the side of an old barn.)
- Circle Sawn (Rough and rugged bandsaw marks, like you find in the Amish wood shop)
- Shiplap (Texas prarie house wood work. Nails show through for a true country look.)
- Nickel gap (Country farmhouse at it’s finest. Rugged, but without nails showing through.)
Get Inspiration for the Perspiration
You don’t have to look hard to find some really great examples of how to use barnwood, just watch Chip and Jo turn run down, tired houses into real country charmers on Fixer Upper on HGTV. Or et inspired to renovate watching Barnwood Builders on DIY Network then hit our barnwood page for a much easier way to get the same look in your home.
So….y’all go country, then come right back here and get you some barn wood. You and your homestead deserve it!
Need some more inspiration? Check out how Joanna goes country on Magnolia Farms…and there’s a whole new design show coming soon featuring Joanna’s texas, country style.