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Kitchen Island wrap in mixed tone barn board by a Toronto area customer

Mike and Lesley in Toronto incorporated a barn board feature wall into the bar area of their home - looks great with the stainless appliances and countertop


Simon P. of Tacoma Woodworks created this awesome fireplace surround using our barn board.  See more photos of the project as it progresses from wood selection at to the finished product at 


Carpenter Peter Gibson made these reclaimed barn board guitar holders - very creative! - you can see more of Peter's work at

Jeff W. made this cool reclaimed coffee table using our 2 inch thick floor boards.  Interesting points on this piece are the live edge on the top and the industrial look fasteners on the top.  Nice job Jeff! 

Stephanie H. in Toronto chose to supply her with some nice reclaimed grey barn board for her dining room feature wall - came out very nice.


 MCrenovations created this cool feature wall for some clients in Leslieville  - check out more of their work at

Design firm spacesbyjacflash had us create some simple barn boards shelves for a bathroom space.  The shelves are dressed up with stainless steel brackets.   We also fabricated a media stand for them using live edge oak and industrial pipe brackets.

Lesley C. in Toronto did a kitchen refresh using our products.  See made some nice shelving and clad the kitchen island with reclaimed barn board for a whole new look. client True North Trappings produces rustic, modern art with a focus on Canadiana. The Heritage collection features exclusive designs on authentic barn board. Check out the website at  

Riley H. in Toronto built the above 2 projects using our reclaimed grey barn board.  Both are very nice, unique pieces. The amazing part is the entire bed project was completed using only a circular saw for all of the cutting - including mitred corner pieces.  Nice job Riley!


Dwayne from Sedore's Custom Woodwork created this amazing custom barn board entertainment unit with our barn board and floor boards.  Check out


This is a shelf made by for customer Ryan G. in Toronto.  The warm tones of the threshing floor board wood go very nicely with the character brick on the wall.

Cool coffee table - the original glass top was removed and then replaced with 2 inch thick reclaimed threshing floor boards - nice rustic/modern touch 


Joel V. in Toronto asked to finish a barn beam skin shelf for a display area in their home.  We sanded and finished the shelf with low voc water based polyurethane.  He completed the shelf with industrial pipe brackets which work very well with the cool fan/clock.

Luke in Toronto bought a fabricated circle sawn top from us and proceeded to finish it and make a very complex industrial pipe base for the table - great results.   He then used the remainder of the pine top to make a side table. 

Andrew C. in Toronto made a very nice hall table using three pieces of barnboard on an existing metal frame - great look! 


 Trevor L. in Toronto made this great table from a wide piece of pine that was used as a hay slide inside the barn - beer not included. 

 Jeff M. in Toronto bought some barn board and made a great feature wall in his home.  Using the boards horizontally gives the wall a nice modern feeling.


Custom bathroom vanity by barnboardstore - for this one we used a super wide granary board and drilled out a hole to accept the vessel sink.  We also used authentic reclaimed wood to fabricate the support brackets for the top.


Bedroom makeover by a client.  We supplied them with a character barn beam and some classic grey barn board and they put a whole new look together for this wall in the bedroom. customer Casey M. in Toronto makes all of the above products which are available through his etsy store.  He makes cool reclaimed coffee tables, media stands and lots of other products with wood and metal. Check out the whole lineup of Casey's products at


 Robert in Toronto built a custom barn board topped desk with glass  - awesome workspace!   


Mike G. in Toronto needed a vintage look for a wall in his basement.  He did all the work himself with a great result.



Barn Board Coasters - great idea for using scraps after a project.  The wood is coated with paste wax to prevent water marks

DIY headboard - a customer wanted to make their own headboard using some nice grey barn board.  A window above restricted the size of the headboard so they fastened the boards to the wall directly below it with nice results.  

Artist Karen Rattray created these amazing pieces of art using acrylic painting on photographs and then mounted them on our reclaimed barn board. You can contact Karen at for more information on availability and custom art work.

 Andy J. in Toronto created this great shabby chic dresser.  He repainted the dresser white, redid the drawers with reclaimed barn board and topped it off with a nice mirror framed in barn board and some vintage drawer pulls.  This is one of the nicest pieces we have seen yet.