Add to Your Home by Using a Custom Track Door

With all the doors that are needed in our home, using a custom track door can add interest and a statement piece. Whether it be in the kitchen, living room, bedroom, or any room in the house, it will add a simple rustic touch. At Fence Row Furniture, we specialize in reclaimed barn wood and Ghostwood track doors, but we can make track doors out of any …

Use Barn Wood Beams To Add A Unique Touch to Your Home

Every home needs a statement piece and what better way to do that than use an old rustic barn wood beam. It could be in the use of a fireplace mantel, legs on a dining room table, or even in the ceiling to create a dramatic look. There are unlimited possibilities when it comes to the creative uses of reclaimed beams. They can be painted, stained, or …

Bringing Shiplap Back in a New Way

Shiplap style is lost treasure. Once used in old construction, it’s now coming back into the design world bigger and better than ever. Shiplap is not only reserved for older homes anymore, it’s now being used in more modern ways on the walls, ceilings, in kitchens, bathrooms, mudrooms, bedrooms, etc. In this article, they show the various …

Using Reclaimed Material For A Rustic Look

Creating the perfect rustic look for your home is an art form. It needs a special balance between the right materials to really bring the home to life in a unique and functional way. Recently we came across a great example of making this a reality. In this article, they describe the use of many different materials to balance the homes rustic open feel. …

New Ghost Wood Color Option – White

Homestead Timbers is the exclusive retailer of Montana Ghostwood in the mid-west. Currently, Ghostwood is available in 4 different color options: Now, Homestead Timbers is proud to announce the release of a brand new Ghost Wood color option: White! It’s so new, we don’t even have a name for it yet! We want your opinion on what to call the …

The Maple Syrup Process!

In the final episode of Sugar Shackin’ with the Klutings, Joe walks us through the process of tapping the trees all the way to bottling the finished product. The thing to keep in mind when considering making maple syrup is that it is a very time intensive process, sometimes taking over 24 hours of boiling to collect and condense the sap. Thanks …

The Finishing Touches on the Cabin!

In episode six of Sugar Shackin’ with the Klutings we walk through the sap boiler construction out of reclaimed materials, as well as finish up the shack with the log railing in the loft. For more information on any of the products used in this video please click on the links below: View other Log Cabin Kit Plans See other styles of custom Log …

The Roof Goes on!

In this episode of Sugar Shackin’ with the Klutings we see them finish the roof structure of the log cabin kit. Utilizing reclaimed lumber they add a porch roof, perlings, and cupola. For more information on any of the products used in this video please click on the links below: View more Log Cabin Kits See other styles of custom Log Home Kits …

The Log Cabin is Taking Shape!

In this episode of Sugar Shackin’ with the Klutings we watch as the reclaimed barnwood rafter boards are installed. As we mentioned in episode 3, we placed the reclaimed barnwood rafter boards into the existing reclaimed ridge beam slots and secured them with GRK fastners. For more information on any of the products used in this video please click …