Reclaimed Painted Barnwood Siding
Found throughout the United States, but most often in Pennsylvania, reclaimed painted wood siding is from historic barns that are painted painted red or white, in most cases. The look of a faded, chalky, even flaking painted board lends itself wonderfully to an antique, yet artistic project. Painted planks can be reused as exterior siding or interior paneling. They can even be used for one-of-a-kind bars, signage or exposed ceilings.
Painted barn siding features both painted fronts and brown board backs. Reclaimed siding from barns is not uniform and, in a typical “batch” of painted planking, you can expect to find a range of color shades. The boards come in random widths and lengths.
Restoring History. Preserving the Environment.
“The pioneer’s love of wood and his skill in using it, as well as surviving examples of it, are fast disappearing. To try to revive an understanding and adoration for wood seems as hopeless as trying to bring back the horse and buggy. But to revive the eloquence of those times is indeed worthwhile.”
255 Route 313
Perkasie, PA 18944