© 2019 Rustic Country Barn 

101 Park Lane (Route 202), New Milford, CT

Open 10:00 am - 6:00 pm every day except major holidays

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ABOUT BARNWOOD

The older the wood, the better the wood.

"It seems strange that with all our modern methods, today's lumber is very inferior to that used two hundred years ago.  Even the best of modern kiln dried wood cannot equal the keeping qualiy of wood as "prepared" by the early craftsmen."  - Eric Sloane

As farms disappear or are modernized, the lumber, when possible, is reclaimed.  It is then sorted and graded and turned into furniture and flooring. The colors, board widths and grain character cannot be replicated using today's new wood.  The shape of the knots, nail holes, plugs, bolt holes, cracks and weather streaks all add to the unique look and character.  

These beautiful structures average in age 120-200 years old.  We at the Rustic Country Barn are very proud to play a part in the recreation of these majestic structures.

Our store features a large variety of pine and hardwood furniture specializing in barn wood.

Your piece is truly one-of-a-kind.  We have farm tables, benches, hutches, bookshelves, chairs etc.  Each piece of barnwood furniture is constructed of wood with an average age of 120 plus years, bringing natural distressing.  We also build customize kitchens, vanities, etc.  You name it we build it.  Like a design, bring in a picture and we will build for you.

We have farm tables, benches, hutches, bookshelves, chairs, etc. Each piece of barn wood furniture is constructed of wood with an average age of 120 years old, bringing natural distress. We also offer you the opportunity to customize your piece to truly one-of-a-kind. Available in a variety of painted, stained, or waxed finishes.

With 23 years of experience in the building and remodeling business, having operated a millwork shop making moldings, cabinets and furniture with 13 employees. With this experience it enables us to help you design, or alter a piece of furniture to fulfill that “dream piece.”

 

There is a saying “when you love what you do, it’s not work.” The wood has waited for us, the least we can do is treat it right. We hope to continue to be useful when we are old and still look really, really good.