J.D. Irving, Limited Rustic Accent Barn Boards (currently available in Weathered Grey, White Wash, and Driftwood Brown) are a genuine wood product made with solid kiln-dried eastern white pine.
Easily and economically turn an ordinary room or project into something extra-ordinary and modern with the warmth and charm of wood. Each piece is completely different to provide a unique finished look. Each board is pre-finished with an exclusive environmentally friendly low VOC water based paint and glaze.
These boards can be used for hundreds of projects! The most common projects are accent walls using various pattern styles (such as horizontal, vertical, or on a 45⁰ angle) wainscoting, ceilings, home entertainment, wet bar, décor accent, tables, headboards, furniture. (see video below for inspirational images)
We were proud to collaborate with Judith Mackin of TUCK Studio, Jennifer Irving Photography, and Sean McGrath (all located in Saint John, NB), to create these fantastic Lifestyle Images. To view, please click on TUCK's Blog Post link:
September 21st, 2017 - New Expansion at TUCK Studio! Introducing TUCK Kitchen + Bath:
This product is intended for interior use only. (Note: They can be used for exterior use when properly sealed with a clear exterior sealer.)
Nominal Size 1 x 4 x 6-8' lengths and 1 x 8 x 6-8' lengths
Actual size 7/8 x 4 x 6-8' lengths and 7/8 x 8 x 6-8' lengths
J.D. Irving, Limited Rustic Accent Barn Boards in Weathered Grey are now available at most Home Depot stores across Canada.
Step 1: Clean and prepare your wall.
Step 2: Measure and Layout your wall.
(NOTE: some patterns are more elaborate, and will require more boards to complete.)
Step 3: Begin Installation.
(NOTE: if the project is only temporary do not use the adhesive.)
Set the first board in place along the layout from step 2, reinforce with nail or screw into wall stud. You can either face nail with finish nails /brad nailer or top nail at a 45⁰ degree angle to avoid face nailing.
Always check that each row is level and square. Measure out each row and cut each piece using electric or traditional miter saw. You can use a touch up paint to touch up each end- cut. Be sure to check your measurements twice to insure the cut is correct. Do this until wall is complete.
(NOTE: when you have to cut out for the light switch or electrical outlet be sure to leave enough room.)
A) leave a ½ inch space around the outlet to allow the cover to be installed flush to the drywall or
B) Talk to an electrician to shut off the power to those outlets. Remove the nail or screw holding the electrical box in place. Extend the position of the electrical box out the thickness of the accent board, re-fasten to wall stud. Proceed to cut out boards to leave 1/4 inch space around the outlet - enough for the cover to conceal the gap.