Early American to Shaker, Hunt Country to French Country, Our One-of-a-kind Architectural Accents Add Character and Charm to Your Home
We often come across historic architectural accents that can add one-of-a-kind character and quality to your home. Whether it’s hand-hewn beams from a barn for your dining room, or special antique elements that bring texture to your bedroom, we have unique accents that can add vibrant heritage to your home.
We painstakingly salvage old barns and agricultural buildings to re-claim wood, stone, tin, and square nails. These architectural accents are ideal for country-style decorating.
Country-style decorating can draw its inspiration from French, English, Swedish, American, and other cultural influences. However, pieces from different periods and traditions can be blended in one home as long as comfort is the principle ingredient.
Fireplaces are typically considered the center of the home. In a country-inspired home, mantels are usually made from either stone or worn wooden beams and can complete the cozy hearth appeal in the room.
Distressed or worn ceiling beams, rough stone and plastered walls and stone floors are all favorite architectural details of the contemporary country-style decorating. Wood details throughout the home, including patinas and hand-carved panels, also lend to the rustic appeal. Plus stone or brick floors can be found in the kitchens of these homes.
Weathered and rusty, antique tin is a unique material that is perfect for a wide range of living environments. When applied to a ceiling it provides texture and a warm feel. As backing behind ceiling beams it reveals the feel of an old barn structure. Used as paneling, antique tin provides a comfortable feel to any room.