Recycled Barnwood Makes Elegant Tile

This post is a sponsored post for E & S Tile, however as always opinions are 100% my own.

Recycled Barnwood Makes Elegant Tile

We are a society of trends for the most part but one of the biggest trends in decorating right now is the old Farmhouse feel. While our house is an old farmhouse it needs a little more character. We are living here until we can build and in the meantime, I’ve been brainstorming all the things I need in my house. At the top of the list is a sliding barn door, hardwood floors, tile in the bathroom, and carpet in the bedrooms. While I don’t have a set-in stone plan just yet, I can tell you that my 2018 goal is to save enough to make my dreams a reality. Farmhouse decorating is all the rage and with brands like E&S Tile you can have the farmhouse feel without living in a drafty old Farmhouse.

Timberline made in Fort Collins Colorado

One of the things that I want to include is a breakfast bar that is made into a focal point with the kitchen back-splash to match. While browsing the E&S Tile website I found the look that would be perfect for the Farmhouse Feel. The Barnwood Series, in the Timberline pattern is a 4” x 18” plank that can be configured in endless possibilities. While I’m leaning toward the vertical pattern though because I love the “barn” look my absolute favorite barn (seen below) has vertical boards. I’ve spent many an hour in that old barn and while I would love to have part of it in my new house, I can’t stand to tear it down because it was my Nana’s and Papa’s.


Nana and Papas Old Barn

I want the house to be an open floor-plan and be able to entertain in the kitchen/living room with the focus being on the bar area that divides the two. But in the bathroom, we will continue with the Timberline pattern but will make one wall a focus wall much like you see here. Then we will tile the floor and implement a few of my favorites from a few different ideas I’ve been saving over the last few years. I can’t wait to see the finished result as right now it is just in the planning stages.

Reclaimed barn board into tiles

(Image from E & S Tile)

But instead of the commode being “boxed” in, it will be more open. Then, on the floor we will do a tile of sorts but what is still up for debate. E & S Tile does an impressive job reclaiming old barn boards and making them into sleek tiles giving you the ability to update your home, office or anywhere in between while helping the environment at the same time. I also love the fact that their products are made in America and they are based in Fort Collins, Colorado (I can’t wait to go and visit!) Check out their process from beginning to end on the video below. E & S Tile is available from coast to coast and work closely with a vetted team to ensure that you are covered with award winning customer service and satisfaction! Check out how it works and start shopping E & S Tile today.

About E&S Tile

Everitt & Schilling Tile is a great American story. Born out of creative thinking, our company is the leading manufacturer of reclaimed and upcycled wood tile in the world. We hand-craft every piece of tile so that the story of the American West can be a part of your innovative home or commercial project design. Reclaimed materials are a burgeoning segment of the design market and as this new industry takes shape, E&S Tile is at the forefront of innovations in the field.

Recycled Barnwood Makes Elegant Tile

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Heidi

Money saving Mom of 1, who loves to travel, cook, and of course spend time with family. Fun.Travel.Food not necessarily in that order.

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marlene a harris

great idea i have a old barn never though of this

Oough if I had the ability to afford this. I’d never given too much thought to reclaimed materials in home design, but now it’s gonna be all I can think about if I can ever get a home.

Lucy Rapposelli

Wow. This is nice

Darcy L Koch

I love houses made from old barn wood. My friend did live in one and it was beautiful. Open staircase, huge rooms, a balcony. So warming.

Auntiepatch

I wouldn’t have thought to use old barn wood in the bathroom but it looks lovely!

Sue E

I had to pin this beautiful piece of Home Decor ideas! First of all, what really impressed me was their reuse of this old barn’s wood! After they took it apart, they made tiles out of every piece. The pieces each added their own color & pattern to this puzzle. They made something naturally beautiful and breathtaking!

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