Architectural Accents from Shenandoah Kitchen & Home
Accenting Your Home With History
Historic local barns are made of more than exterior wood. We uncover and reclaim antique stone, tin, and wooden beams full of the markings of time that can include authentic cuts, artifacts and mortise/notch pockets from early century post and beam construction. Antique wood trim, paneling, shelves and flooring carefully crafted from these materials can accent your home with ageless beauty. We work with you to add architectural accents that compliment your home’s structure and design.
Using Antique Materials Reclaimed From Local Barns, We Create Architectural Accents To Add Historic Beauty To Your Home
Our shiplap paneling, made from refined wood, shows off the craftsmanship of our woodwork experts in grand style. Antique wood from barns, farmhouses, and other antique buildings all across Virginia can become the backdrop to your home if you choose Shenandoah Kitchen & Home for your siding needs. A warm, rustic farmhouse feel can be achieved in your home space with beautifully weathered paneling and trim hand-picked and finished to perfection.
Our reclaimed wood beams are made with solid, decades-old wood recovered from storied farm buildings. In our commitment to environmental sustainability, we make the most of the wood, nails, tin, and other materials we can salvage, transforming them into decorative wood beams with personality. Consider hand-hewn antique beams for a bold feature in your home, rough-sawn beams for a more uniform look, or re-sawn antique beams for a more refined feel. For a lighter structure, opt for faux box beams, and consider reclaimed wood beam skins if solid-through beams won’t work in your space. Consider a rustic wooden fireplace mantel to tie your living room or leisure space together.
Antique tin is a flexible, wide-ranging material that has a multitude of in-home applications. Antique tin can be used as paneling, on ceilings, as backing for ceiling beams, and for a variety of other purposes. Wherever it is used, antique tin brings a rustic, weathered farmhouse-inspired feel.
In addition to reclaiming wood from old barns and agricultural buildings across the state, we salvage beautiful and valuable antique stone. Antique stone has unique physical features that cannot be replicated in modern excavated stones, features that can transform your home into a space with its own unique story.
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Tie your home together into a cohesive, farmhouse-inspired rustic space with architectural accessories from Shenandoah Kitchen & Home in Fairfax County, Virginia. Draw inspiration from our gallery, but don’t stop there. Visit our showroom in Purcellville to view our reclaimed wood furniture or give us a call today.