Barn Wood Ceiling Tiles
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Reclaimed Barnwood ceiling tiles add a vintage, farm-style chic touch to your space. Salvaged from Midwest barns.
These are Special Order at this time - please allow 3 weeks for delivery.
About The Ceiling Tiles
- Perfect for homes as accent walls, entryways, kitchen islands, and backsplashes, for man caves, or for commercial use, like rustic-style eateries and offices.
- Easy to install thanks to a precise shape and half inch thickness
- Price listed includes one (1) 23.625" X 23.625" Barn Wood Ceiling Tile
- Made from upcycled wood, no plastic!!
- Work perfectly with our innovative tile grid system or any 2'x2' drop ceiling 15/16" T bar system ceiling grid
- Installation instructions included
- Exceptional customer service, happy to answer any questions about our products
- 100% Satisfaction guarantee
- All American Company
- **Real Wood - Gloves Suggested For Handling**
Why Dakota Barn Wood is so unique
Because of the rare source of the Dakota Barn Wood ceiling tiles (barn roofs and walls) every piece you receive will come with unique characteristics. Most will have small holes or warps from where they were originally fastened. They have an interesting range of coloring, including red or brown paint, light brown of the original wood, and even a yellowish hue. Add contrast, character and depth to any ceiling or space.
Environmental Benefits of "Upcycled" Materials
The Dakota Tin Collection was founded from a desire to add a real, rustic, vintage and industrial look to homes or businesses. Because they are salvaged from Midwest barn roofs and machine shed. These corrugated metal products (or barn wood products) are upcycled - not recycled.
Our reclaiming process saves energy and keeps materials out of recycling centers and landfills. With recycled items, the raw material (glass, metal, paper, rubber, etc.) is broken down and reshaped into an original product. Upcycled materials, however, are repurposed products that are not broken down, merely reshaped or adjusted to suite a different purpose. Recycling is an important practice, but upcycling is generally considered a greener and more environmentally-friendly method.