You’ve seen tile that looks like a wood plank, and here’s a similar kind of variation on a theme: wood in the shape of a brick. Barnwood Bricks is a patented line of hardwood flooring and cladding products made from reclaimed wood in Tennessee. The bricks install kind of like tile with a special glue or grouting system, depending on the installation location.
They are available in three basic dimensions — 4″ x 8″, 5″ x 10″, and 6″ x 12″ — and thicknesses — 3/4″, 5/8″, and 1/2″ — with available wood types of pine, oak, poplar, cherry, walnut, and chestnut.
As of this writing, to give you an idea on general pricing, the oak, pine, poplar, cherry,maple, beech, grey board, or mixed species are $10.87 per square foot, and wormy chestnut or walnut are $13.87 per square foot. You can contact Barnwood Bricks with square footage/dimensions for a quote.
Credits: Barnwood Bricks.
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