Easy-to-Install Reclaimed Wood Walls.
Created by a Tile Setter and invented by an Architect, E&S Reclaimed Barnwood Tiles will completely redefine the way you design and install reclaimed wood walls. Select a pattern below for more details.
These three-dimensional reclaimed barnwood wall tiles come out of the box pre-coated with a ceramic hardening agent for protection, ready to meet the everyday challenges of residential and commercial building projects head-on; and our patent-pending vulcanized rubber backer membrane allows you to skip the millwork style installation and install barnwood just like tile – Authentic, American-made, real Barnwood has never been this easy. Contact us today to bring rustic, weathered accents to your building project!
Premium Add-on Finishes Available
All patterns in this series come with a Natural Ceramic finish, however we also offer Whitewash and Gunstock color finishes to meet our customers design needs as well as an optional Class A rated fire coating required by many commercial projects. Finishes and coatings are VOC and lead paint free. Our colors are created using organic vegetable dyes.
Whitewash Premium Color
Light and bright, the Whitwash finish brings a weathered look to barnwood with subtle hints of graining.
Gunstock Premium Color
Consistently natural colored, Gunstock is an ideal color choice to capture the essence of wood with slightly muted graining.
Class A Fire-Rated Finish
This product can be ordered with a Class A fire treatment, ready-built for the demands of a commercial building environment – And will not change the appearance.
Our Barnwood Series at a Glance:
- 100% Authentic Reclaimed Barnwood. Hand-crafted from reclaimed yellow pine, aged 75-150 years
- Available in 6 different patterns, from square and rectangular shapes to herringbone
- Milled to 3/8″, 5/8″, 7/8″ thickness to create panel and plank dimensionality
- Craftsman’s Bevel on cut edges to highlight the rustic nature of barnwood
- Coated with a no-VOC ceramic coating for durability and commercial protection
- Mounted to our one of a kind, patent-pending backer membrane for quick and sturdy installations
Reclaimed Barnwood is typically pine wood that has been used on barns, buildings, and other structures. Exposed to sun, wind, rain and snow for decades, the wood will develop its own unique color and texture. When these structures have met or exceeded their usable lifespan, many companies like ours see the value in not only reclaiming the wood and re-using it for other purposes, but also see the beauty in what nature has created from simple milled pine wood and want to share that beauty with the world.
At Everitt & Schilling we take a lot of pride in bringing this unique product from our factory in Fort Collins, CO to your doorstep. We constantly are searching and vetting reclaimed barnwood sources to deliver the best raw materials to make our tile with. We are the only wood tile manufacturer using our patent pending backer system which allows for hassle free installations using adhesive or thinset instead of mechanical fastening, and we only finish our Barnwood Series products with non VOC ceramic coatings to ensure the product stays looking great for years to come.
Fall in love with the Barnwood Series
Why does dimensionality matter?
Our Reclaimed Barnwood Series tiles sport a full half inch of depth variation, making this product the world’s only dimensional barn wood wall tile. Why does it matter? Dimensional textures are highly coveted by architects and designers alike because they create organic lighting situations and visual interest that flat walls simply cannot. Whether it’s incandescent lighting systems or natural lighting from an adjacent window, dimensional barn wood walls will cast an eye-catching light display not found in flat installations.
Watch your walls spring to life with the amazing patina and dimension that only Everitt & Schilling’s Reclaimed Barnwood Series can offer.
Every Piece Touched 64 times
From the moment raw reclaimed barnwood arrives at our factory to the packaging of a completed unit in a box, each single piece of wood is touched 64 times. From milling to the desired depth, cutting to size and length, “cowboy-ing” the edges to create character, assembling into patterns and finishing with ceramic coatings, each piece of barnwood undergoes a transformative process to accentuate the natural character of the wood and create tile that is truly art.