- story by EEUWENHOUT
Eeuwenhout barnwood sidings are centuries-old planks which come from the exterior of a barn or a pasture shed. The grey and brushed weathered colour is obtained by centuries of use (100-150 years) and by exposure to the elements. The painted planks – scale white, faded red, devilish black, meadow green or patchwork – are planks with weather-beaten layers of paint. Their appearance is rather raw, with knots and nail holes. The composition of Eeuwenhout barnwood is white pine, hemlock, ash and oak.
When the planks arrive from America, they are treated against larvae, insects and mould to last forever interior and exterior.
Ideal for wall covering, furniture, flooring, cupboard fronts, exterior cladding, …
Eeuwenhout barnwood sidings have the FSC® 100% recycled label.