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Style 2 The Manchester
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Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams Style 2 The Manchester Hardwood / Hand-hewn The detail of our reclaimed barn beams around the peaked ceiling and grand dormers is stunning. They were installed by an experience master builder.
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Style 2 The Manchester
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Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams Style 2 The Manchester Hardwood / Hand-hewn They also used our Reclaimed Barn Siding for wanescoting. The area is a Great Room on one side and Billiard Room on the other, with a massive center fireplace. The wanescoting was installed on the Billiard Room side.
Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams
Style 2 The Manchester
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Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams Style 2 The Manchester Hardwood / Hand-hewn This Great Room used our Style 2 The Manchester in hardwood (oak) and hand-hewn. We stained them with a Dark Walnut stain. The planking is our Reclaimed Barn Siding (www.reclaimed-barn-siding.com).
Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams
Style 1 The Barn Beam
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Lumber Jane Janice Tupper Style 1 The Barn Beam Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams The finished look was absolutely fantastic. A simple design. The rustic Style 1 Hand-hewn Barn Beam. And the homeowner loved it!
“Barn beam rafters” — Jamie MacDonald
Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams
Style 1 The Barn Beam
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Lumber Jane Janice Tupper Style 1 The Barn Beam Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams This truss consisted of collar ties, a ridge beam, rafters, and plates. To transition into the kitchen area, we also used The Barn Beam as posts. I U-shaped these beams for easy installation. Many builders prefer the hollowed-out beam because it is a very easy install.
“Barn beam rafters” — Jamie MacDonald
Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams
Style 1 The Barn Beam
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Lumber Jane Janice Tupper Style 1 The Barn Beam Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams The total project, with installation, cost this fantastic homeowner under $12,000. I sell my hand-hewn beams as-is between $5 and $8/bf, depending on size and quality. My "Style 1 The Barn Beam" is a very affordable product, and is ideal for any project that seeks that rustic and traditional loo...More
“Beams” — akillilea
Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams
Style 1 The Barn Beam
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Lumber Jane Janice Tupper Style 1 The Barn Beam Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams I designed this simple collar tie truss system for a beautiful rustic look in a comfortable yet formal home. I used hand-hewn softwood beams with my reclaimed barn siding as ceiling planking. I planed the barn siding boards down before they were white-washed - for more about my Reclaimed Barn Sid...More
“Ceilings” — Kim Barsi
Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams
Style 1 The Barn Beam
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Lumber Jane Janice Tupper Style 1 The Barn Beam Lumber Jane Reclaimed Barn Beams "The Barn Beam" is the most rustic of our Reclaimed Barn Beams. It will display hand-hewing all along the surface of the beam. Deepness and coverage of the hewing will vary from beam to beam, even from side to side, which adds to the charm and reverence of these beams. If rough-sawn is selected, ...More
“Ceiling and skylights” — akillilea
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