Add Dimension & Rustic Charm with Reclaimed Wood Tile
There’s nothing quite like the coziness of a lakeside cottage or cabin in the woods. But no matter where you live, you can add a rustic touch to your project or home with reclaimed wood tile. Whether it’s for a reclaimed barnwood wall or an accent piece, reclaimed wood paneling and wall tile can add dimension and coziness to any space. E&S Upcycled & Reclaimed Wood Tiles can give you exactly what you’re looking for while adding a bit of character and history to your space. Let’s take a look at how special these tiles are.
E&S creates their reclaimed wood tiles by taking down barns that are 75 years old to 150 years old from all over the United States. Their team removes nails from all the boards then wire brushes them. Once the boards are bare, the E&S team takes them back to their factory and mills them to a particular thickness, followed by drying them in a kiln to ensure nothing remains inside the boards. After drying, the boards are cut and sorted by color. Finally, the pieces are hand made into tiles. E&S says, “From barn-to-box, each piece of wood gets touched 64 times. That means we have 64 opportunities to do right by our customers.”
Check out their video below to see how E&S Tile is made:
Beyond the impressive process they use in their handmade, reclaimed wood tiles, E&S states many other benefits of their product:
- Class A Fire Rating – safe for your family and home
- Expanding Backing System – allowing for the natural expansion and contraction of wood
- Dimensional & Mosaic Designs – intricate and unique looks for your project
- Traditional Installation – can be set with thinset & no mechanical fastener is needed.
Whether you’re looking for a reclaimed barnwood wall or unique ways to add reclaimed wood to your home, E&S has options for you and our team at D&B Tile Distributors is always here to help you make the right choice for you home and style. Stop by any of our nine South Florida tile showrooms and our tile design experts will help you coordinate your project.