Interior Bark Wall Finishes & Exterior Bark Shingle Siding
What are bark wall finishes?
Bark wall finishes were designed and first manufactured by Bark House company co-founder Marty McCurry. They are made from the most recognizable outer-layer of the tree. The bark of birch, cherry, pine, and poplar trees is carefully removed after the tree is harvested as part of the Appalachian forest re-growth project. That outer layer is then handcrafted to exacting specifications using regenerative-manufacturing practices, and wall panels are made to standard sizes for easy installation. Bark House® brand bark wall coverings are beautiful. They are also thoughtfully made (100% in the US) to create nurturing spaces for inhabitants worldwide while improving forests and supporting families in Appalachia.
What is bark siding?
Bark House® Poplar Bark Siding is crafted from the peeled bark of Tulip Poplar Trees (Liriodendron tulipifera). The bark, which is historically a waste product in lumber operations, is harvested to become exterior siding (or interior wall tiles) before the logs reach the mill. The bark is squared, kiln-dried, and quality assured. Poplar bark is the only tree bark that is rigid enough to endure the rigors of exterior application. If you love the poplar bark but don’t want to see the shadow line created when the shingles are lapped, then check out the large monolithic poplar bark panels.
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