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Palomino Barn Wood

History

Palomino Barn Wood
Palomino Barn Wood

Horses, whiskey, tobacco and farming are at the core of the South’s rich history – which is where our Palomino Barn Wood comes from. Mission Bell’s Palomino Barn Wood is reclaimed from barns built from the 1800s up until the 1940s. Years of weathering have given this wood a unique silvery grey luster. Our Palomino Barn Wood conveys the warm tones and natural texture of three species: Tulip Poplar, Beech and Pine. The Tulip Poplar is an exceptionally large tree that has a rich green, yellowish-tan and grey coloring, creating a distinctive rainbow effect. Beech is a sandy tan and the Pine is a deeper brown. Exposed to the elements for decades, all species have a beautifully harmonized rustic and timeless character. Each board is rough or circle sawn with medium-heavily textured grain.

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Datasheet

Palomino Barn Wood
Palomino Barn Wood

Source: Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Ohio and Illinois
Prior Use: Barn siding
Species: Tulip Poplar (lirioendron tulipfera), Beech (fagus) and Pine (pinus)

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