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Your home is a reflection of you. So, what happens when you move into a big city but the country holds your heart?

Incorporating barnwood furniture and décor into your city apartment is simple and will allow you to travel back to your roots just by walking through the door.

Replace Standard Doors with Sliding Barnwood Doors

Taking down a bedroom, closet, pantry, or bathroom door is simple. Also, it makes quite the difference! Add a track to the wall that allows for a barnwood door to slide open and shut. Make it your own with fun hardward and a stain that suites your style.

barnwood sliding door

Barnwood Kitchen Accents

If you’re renting there’s always the issue of not wanting to invest too much time and money into your space, especially since there’s a chance it won’t be your forever home.

Bringing in temporary accent pieces like pallet wood pictures, wine or coffee mug racks, cooking utensils, and even cutting boards to be left on display are sure to add that rustic country flair that warms your heart.

barnwood accents

Barnwood Table in the Center of it All

Whether in your kitchen as a café-style round table or in your living room as a coffee table, a barnwood table in the center of your place will look not only beautiful but will serve as a place to gather with the ones that you love.

coffee table

Want to create your own custome barnwood furniture for your apartment or home? Let’s get started, contact us today.

Don’t forget, we also have our Etsy page with finished furniture for purchase!


When you begin decorating or redecorating your home, how much time is spent considering new chairs? Whether in your kitchen, dinning room, office, or other living spaces, barnwood chairs can be the solution to completely pulling together the look of a room.

Customize with Colors and Accents

Whether you need a pop of color to break things up or you’re looking to match the color scheme of a room, a chair is a fun and easy way to incorporate such colors.

We recommend painting a chair or barnwood stool with a bold color for an eye-catching surprise, or try a more sublet approach by incorporating all the colors of the room into a single chair.

barnwood stool

rustic barnwood chair

Add Some Rustic Flair

Reclaimed oak chairs and stools can completely transform the look and feel of a room in your home or office. Selecting various stains and finishes can take a barnwood chair from dull to full of life in just a coat or two!

The Possibilities are Endless

Who’s to say that you need six traditional chairs around a table? Switch things up by getting three chairs for one side and a bench for another.

Feeling a little more adventurous? Don’t get a single matching chair for your dinning area. People will be inspired by the originality!

barnwood chairsReady to get started in created your own custom barnwood chairs? Contact us to start the design process toady!

Need a little inspiration first? Visit our page to see what barnwood furniture we currently have in-stock.


Warmer days are on the horizon! Are you as excited as us? We’re thinking yes!

A new season always brings new design inspirations and we love getting in on them. The truth is, though, that home decorating is expensive and time consuming. So how do you “keep up with the Jones’s” without breaking the bank?

We are sharing some of our favorite tips when we’re feeling a little bored with our space.

Bring in Flowers and Plants

Flowers are a natural and easy way to add a new color in any room, whenever you want. Not to mention – they smell beautiful and are inexpensive! Want to get in on the latest trend? Grab a succulent to place on your living room coffee table. It’s easy to care for and sure to be a hit!

Add a New Coat of Paint

Whether on an accent wall or your favorite barn wood table, a fresh coat of paint is the first step in giving your space a brand new feel. Make it a simple project with some spray paint or step it up a notch with some chalk paint, which gives your furniture a cool matte finish.

barnwood table

Rearrange What You Own

Who’s to say that awesome end table in the living room can’t serve as a nightstand in the bedroom? Take inventory of the pieces you already own and rearrange them to update the look and feel of your home for free!

Clean Your Reclaimed Barn Wood Furniture

Once you’re satisfied with your updated layout and look in your home, be sure to properly clean your barn wood furniture.

Some items to avoid when cleaning our barn wood include:

  • Silicone-based cleaning or polishing products
  • Harsh chemicals such as ammonia, bleach
  • Abrasive powders, pads, or steel wools
  • Sponges or dishcloths that have been used to clean food or may contain oils

What are you looking to do to update your space this spring?

Contact us to get started on creating a custom made piece, fit for your home.