KgK Barnwood Creations Design Center

In this section, we cover 4 main design options that impact every project:

1. Corners

2. Finishes

3. Color

4. Texture

This section is designed to show you options, give you inspiration, and answer design questions.

Corners
Colors
Finishes
 

1. Corners

Select your corner style

Every build has corners.  Do you want a crisp, sharp corner for a clean edge or do you prefer a rounded corner, for those with children perhaps?  If you like the rounded corner, what type do you like?  Let's call the options, small, medium, or large.  Here we show you some examples to help you make a more informed decision.

 
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2. Finishes

Select your finish

To protect the barnwood, we use a water-based polycrylic finish.  We finish most pieces in a satin finish, which gives the piece a slight sheen while offering years of protection.  For a typical build, we apply 6 to 7 coats.  Regardless of finish choice, the applied coats will slightly darken the color of the wood.  This is to be expected.

Our available finishes are matte, flat, eggshell, satin, semi-gloss, or gloss.

 

3. Color

Choose your color

Barnwood comes in a variety of colors.  Given the nature and history of each piece of wood, there are endless possibilities when it comes to color.  We break this down into two easy options:

1. Red

2. Brown

The red wood will result in a rustic brown/orange color.  The color is deep and rich with earth clay tones, while the knots and blemishes offer a beautiful contrast.  Pieces created in this color tend to appear darker than the brown counterpart.

The brown wood has a natural finish.  It is typically lighter in color than red wood pieces.  The wood looks as it would have if it were milled 100 years ago.  Rustic, natural, blemished, and beautiful.

 
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4. Texture

Choose your texture

Since all of our wood comes from the source, there are two distinct textures we deal with.  The first is a smoother texture, which denotes the wood was facing indoors, away from the elements. This wood still comes with plenty of imperfections, but overall has a smooth texture.

The second is an uneven texture.  While rough is the opposite of smooth, the uneven textured wood is not always rough.  The wood can have a wavy feel to it when you run your hand across it.  It will be weathered from years of exposure to the elements. 

 

We Are Here to Help

We are as passionate about your project as you are and here to assist in the process.  We understand what works and what doesn't.  We are available to guide you throughout the design process.  Our goal is to meet and exceed your expectations.  We want you to fall in love with your new barnwood furniture.  Ask questions along the way!

 

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