This unique Avery binder shows a close-up of finished rustic barn wood from an old dairy farm in rural Wisconsin. The old, weathered wood has been reworked and has a rich golden brown tone. This unique notebook makes a unique gift for a barn lover, woodworker, or carpenter. faux barn wood finishes
Rustic style with a shabby chic feel definitely has charm. Barns are an indispensable part of rustic life and today they are used not only for hay or animals, but also for houses, garden houses and other things. Every barn has that special feeling of comfort: warm wood with rusty influences creates cosiness and joy, regardless of the design. I think this is the main reason barn wood is so popular today, and of course the shabby chic style comes first. So worn barn wood is just the thing to add cozier to your interior.
You don't have to look for real barn wood to make furniture or wall art. You can always take the usual wood and use some finishes to achieve this look. There are plenty of DIY enthusiasts out there explaining how to weather or weigh down the wood to get a barn-inspired look and I've prepared the easiest, most budget-friendly ideas for you. There are colors, surfaces and waxes that change the look of the wood and your choice depends only on the effect you want to achieve: dark wood, distressed, almost white wood, weathered wood or something else. Every project is about the same things: sanding and staining or painting then you can use a dust to add some effects or not. After the wood dries, you can use it to make a door, clock, table, chair, wall art, frame, and other things that come to mind. Read the tutorials below and choose the best option!