Bark House Commitment to Heritage and Culture

Bark House Commitment to Heritage and Culture
For the Bark House family, being a regenerative company is about honoring authenticity and celebrating it with others.  For many of our clients, this pairs seamlessly with a deep commitment to cultural heritage. Our work with Paskevich and Associates Architects magnifies their belief that “quality design is evolutionary not revolutionary.”  

COVID-19 Update: Bark House Showroom Re-Opened

As we continue responding to COVID-19, we want to update you on the situation and safety measures at Bark House. Our showroom is open by appointment only. Visitors are kindly asked to wear masks to ensure safety in our small rooms. Manufacturing is still operating with precautions to protect employees and suppliers. Expect on-time shipping since we are not dependent on shipments … Continued

What Is Sustainably Harvested Wood?

Christian Louboutin in Miami: Bark House Poplar Bark Exterior
It’s easy to assume that identifying sustainably harvested wood is just about the type of wood that’s used, whether that’s woods like bamboo, which are known to be easily renewable, to maple and oak, which are abundant throughout the U.S. and not at risk of dying out. But many more factors should be considered when … Continued

5 Questions to Ask When Evaluating the Eco-Friendly Siding Materials

5 Questions to Ask When Evaluating the Eco-Friendly Siding Materials
Given that awareness of sustainable architecture  and design has been growing for several decades now, luxury designers are becoming familiar with the general qualities that make green building materials green. There’s even a growing consciousness of regenerative design as the next step in the evolution of sustainable thinking. But just because one knows the theory doesn’t mean it’s always … Continued

How to Choose Split Rail Fence Materials for Sustainable Architecture & Design

The traditional art of the split rain fence is not lost. Here's how to choose split rail fence materials that honor the past while regenerating the future.
Picture an idyllic pastoral farm or historic battlefield outlined by a time-worn rustic fence. It’s a design element that pays tribute to our American heritage, celebrating and remembering the painstaking labor that once went into the traditional art of split rail fencing. Appreciating one of these historic fences is one thing, but incorporating one into … Continued