American Prairie Faux Painted adorns the exterior of the "barn" dining room section of The Barrow House.
Inside the timber frame "barn" dining room, crafted by New Energy Works, more American Prairie Brown Board clads the walls adjacent to an electronic skylight. Flooring here is a one-off from reclaimed thresher boards.
Reclaimed Settlers Plank Oak flows throughout dining areas in The Barrow House while Reclaimed naturally textured Mushroom Boards clad the ceiling bringing added dimension to various rooms.
Settlers Plank Reclaimed Oak flows throughout dining and parlor areas in the Barrow House. Photo by Don Cochran Photography.
Settlers Plank Oak is often favored for its rich character and ability to endure wear and tear, shown here in The Barrow House.
Reclaimed Settlers Plank Oak in wider boards unifies various rooms in the Barrow House.
asdfReclaimed Foundry Maple Floor, River Skins, and Mushroom Boards combine textures and tones for the main bar area in The Barrow House.
The original structure, repurposed into The Barrow House, is clad with American Prairie Brown Board.
Reclaimed Settlers Plank Oak flows throughout dining areas in The Barrow House while Reclaimed naturally textured Mushroom Boards clad the ceiling bringing added dimension to various rooms.

The Barrow House

A sleek farmhouse restaurant and parlor: The Barrow House in Clifton, NY. Assorted rooms are strung together with eclectic decor sure to feed the hipster in all of us. When we first started talking with Dean and Thomas about their vision for their restaurant, we were excited to learn how much they appreciated the history of the barn/restaurant space they were re-working. It was first started as a steakhouse building that housed other restaurants over the years with countless additions and alterations made for each one along the way. Dean and Thomas wanted to maintain the rambling concept and celebrate the imperfections that might come along with such a storied past including roughly textured wood, chipping plaster, varied colors, original artifacts, and different flooring throughout the space. Many reclaimed wood materials, including one-of-a-kind batches, were used throughout the restaurant on a variety of surfaces. (Bonus: our sister company, New Energy Works, crafted a timber frame dining 'barn' addition, clad with our American Prairie Painted grade.)

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