Glue & Nails
|Every panel size||
6 x 5 x 0.3 Inch
|One box contains||
|Enough to cover||
- СALCULATE THE AMOUNT OF BOXES YOU NEED
First you need to calculate how many boxes of reclaimed barn wood you need. Measure the length and the width of the wall, multiply and get the area. Divide it by the square footage in one package and voila! Now you know the amount of boxes for your project. And don’t forget to take into account an additional 5% of the wood for trimming.
- PREPARE THE AREA
Сlear the space from furniture, remove protruding elements, clean the wall, and, if necessary, remove the frames of outlets and switches.
- DRAW A REFERENCE LINE
Using a level, draw a straight horizontal reference line on the wall; this is the starting point for the layout.
- APPLY THE CONSTRUCTION ADHESIVE
Spread glue or any other adhesive (we recommend to use liquid nails) on the back of the first panel and press it to the wall straight along the reference line.
- SECURE WITH NAILS
After, secure the panel with nails – with either a hammer or a nail gun. It's possible to mount the panels without liquid adhesive, in which case you need to secure them with 6 nails.
- CUT THE PANELS
To complete the row, you need to measure the remaining distance and saw off an appropriately sized piece of a panel using any type of a saw - hacksaw, jigsaw or trimming saw. The rest of the panel can be used to start the next row.
- REPEAT UNTIL DONE
Repeat the steps 5-7 until your project is completely done and you can fully enjoy the cozy touch of real nature at your home.
For a detailed installation guide go to the How-to page and watch a video tutorial with pro tips.
It absolutely is. We dismantle old barns in the heart of Siberia, and the wood is approximately 30-50 years old.
Sometimes, when the delivery men are not attentive enough to our wood. However, we do our best to control all phases of our service and deliver our wood safe and sound.
No, we don’t. We believe that the real wood doesn’t require anything to highlight its beauty. So, no oils, no artificially aging paints, no chemicals, no other dangerous treatments etc. The only thing that we do is antiseptic treatment because we know that nowadays it’s important.
Because it was in Siberia - in a region with absolutely unique weather conditions. The winters are terribly cold and snowy, the summers are extremely sunny and dry. In such conditions the wood is aging during 3-5 decades or even more. That’s why our wood has the best, deepest and most luxurious texture on the market.
No, every our board is a unique work of Siberian art. Even if you order only Sunburnt Amber or Siberian Silver finish, you get the pack where every plank has its own story to tell, and all of them also have their own “skin shade” within one color.