From Ranch To Richness

E & S Tile’s recycled barnwood tiles are the finest wood tile available.  Made from historic barnwood from the Western United States, this series of handmade tiles adds depth, beauty and character to any room while distinguishing itself in its authenticity.  We like to say that these recycled barnwood tiles are made in America…twice!  And while the beauty and dimension of the wood is incredible, the story behind the wood is even better.  The American ranch helped build the West and now with Everitt & Schilling’s Re-claimed wood tile, living history can be a part of your home.  Our recycled barnwood tiles come in a series of innovative formats, stylistic patterns and rich, warm colors.  Our tiles come on our patent pending backing system that allows them to be installed with thin-set like a traditional tile, or construction adhesive for the do-it-yourselfer.  Each tile is coated in a low VOC, water based ceramic finish so they can be installed as wall treatments, backsplashes or artwork.


Recycled Barnwood -Bringing History Inside

Our recycled barnwood was recently featured on the DIY Network.  The popular Kitchen Crashers show used our Lemay pattern tile in the episode Bringing Sexy Back. Host Allison Victoria used our tile to help warm up a space and to help make the “kitchen a place where this couple can cook breakfast, have cocktails, entertain and hang out.”  The transformation was pulled all together by the use of our recycled barnwood tile and helped bring a little bit of the American West into this urban Chicago kitchen.

Contact us today for a full line of our barnwood tiles or for a sample kit. Fill out the form below to find out how to use Everitt & Schilling’s Recycled Barnwood tile in your next project.  See how having a piece of American history on your wall (like the ones featured in the Odell Brewing Tap Room) can transform your home instantly!

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