Three Cheers for Barns

19 Jul
Three Cheers for Barns

Functional as well as beautiful, the old wooden barn is a timeless and enduring emblem of the American countryside. Maybe you have an old one on your property, slowly listing more and more to the side as a token of times past. Maybe you have one you still use and keep in good shape. Maybe you don’t have one at all, but that’s no reason not to celebrate this great rustic gem with a little wall art.

The title of our Good Old Barn says it all. That classic red, next to the white farm house, at the end of a dirt road. What more could you want? It’s all painted on a one-of-a-kind piece of wood that can be hung indoors or out.

Our Enduring Legacy wooden wall art speaks to those great barns, built by our grandparents, that are getting up in years but only more beautiful for it. A few windows missing, the roof sagging a little, this barn still proudly boasts its American flag and stands against the snow. Also painted on one-of-a-kind wood and ready to be hung inside or outside.

Old Barn Old Glory is another wooden wall art take on the same barn from Enduring Legacy. Choose your favorite!

Flurries is a breathtaking framed print of an original painting by Phillip Philbeck. An old, unpainted barn with a few slats missing holds out against the chill of the weak winter light in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina.

Barns are an important and stunning part of our heritage. Consider adding one of these amazing pieces of art to your country decor today!

1 Comment

Posted by on July 19, 2015 in Uncategorized


One response to “Three Cheers for Barns

  1. Michelle Coy

    July 24, 2015 at 8:02 pm

    Love your Website! Great selection of beautiful, quality items!


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