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Wire Brushed Wood Sample

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$25.00 / each

Crafted to emulate real reclaimed barnwood, Wire Brushed wood matches its texture, color and character to an incredible degree. The wire-brushed finish achieved with a special treatment process removes the soft grain of the wood, and gives them an elegant, handsome look. Up close and from a distance, these products are remarkably indistinguishable from the real thing. Thanks to this process, the beams are also much less prone to cracking, twisting, warping and checking.

An additional benefit is our inventory’s consistent range of lengths, sizes and colors, which is hard to come by with real salvaged wood. This is advantageous for creating designs that require uniformity throughout, and also makes it easy to cover things like pipes and I-beams. Building trusses with these is also much easier – you’ll never have a piece that’s too long or too short.

When you order samples from Barron Designs, you will receive a promo code, via email, redeemable towards your order of full size products. Redeeming the code at checkout will deduct the full purchase price of up to five (5) samples from your total cost. Please note that promo codes expire 6 months after issueance and cannot be combined with other offers.

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Affordable

Costs much less than traditional, natural products

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Innovative

Designed for seamless integration and easy installation

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Inspirational

Largest selection of styles and textures in the industry

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Handcrafted

Hand-painted by artisans to look just like the real thing

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