WEATHERWORN is reclaimed barn siding in the raw. The boards go through the typical reclamation process of power washing and denailing with the original patina of the board face left untouched. No finish is required as the boards have been naturally oxidized over the years to produce a tough, weather resistant “skin”. Typical character marks include mineral staining, color changes, weathering, checking, nail holes, knots, and heavy patina. Due to the nature of this material, thicknesses tend to vary slightly. WEATHERWORN is available in a variety of species and colors. This material is provided as a mix of light/dark grey and light/dark brown tones.
Closely related to WEATHERWORN is our TRADEMARK and OLD SCHOOL. These reclaimed materials all start out as WEATHERWORN before they are skip planed. skip planing is a process whereby the boards are put thru a planer set to only remove the high points, “skipping” over the low points to create contrast..