Each Bark House® Rough Pine Wall Panel is handcrafted to your specifications.  To purchase this product, select the OPTIONS from the list below and press the “REQUEST PRODUCT” button.

A member of our team will respond within 2 business days to discuss your order and timelines for handcrafting your custom bark wall finish.


  • Panel Size and Quantity

    If your order includes multiple panels with different options, please briefly describe your project on the next page.

    After you complete the form, a member of our sales team will reach out to you to review the exact sizes that you need, the number of panels, and how you want the bark oriented on each panel.

    What you need to know:

    Bark House® Rough Pine Bark Panels can be purchased as shingles (with consultation) or made into fabulous wall covering panels.

    Panels that are up to 5’x12’ can be crafted on a ½” MDF substrate.


  • Layout

    Choose the Layout of your panel:

    Bark House has created multiple layouts for this versatile bark. Choose which layout works for your special project. Call us for other customized design options.

    You will specify the direction the bark is oriented on the panels.  Our craftsmen will orient the bark as it grows on the tree to the measurement that you specify as HEIGHT.  Our sales team will discuss this with you.

    Alternating Square Pattern with 6”, 8″ or 12″ Squares

    Rough Pine Panel

    Grain Oriented Squares

    Strip Pattern Random Widths

  • Substrate

    Rough Pine Panels must be laminated to a substrate. The substrate used should be determined by your specific application.

  • Finish

    Choose the Finish of your panel:

    We love this product without a finish. However, a low sheen lacquer finish enhances the features and gives an elegant glow to the surface.


Bark Species

Product Dimensions

  • Actual bark ranges from 1/2″ to 1″
  • Maximum Panel size with ½” or greater MDF substrate is 5’ x 12’

Product Applications

  • Interior
  • Residential, Commercial
  • Traditional to Modern
  • Walls, Ceilings, Fixture Inserts


  • Panel surface is woven with multiple sheets of bark with edges celebrated
  • Actual bark ranges from 1/2″ to 1″
  • Can be laminated to ½” or greater MDF substrate or a Formaldehyde free substrate may be specified if desired
  • No minimum order required
  • Reclaimed Forestry Waste Product

If the color attracts you, but you want to soften the impact of the rough surface, try this product sanded and finished.  The grain in the movement of the bark that is revealed with these modifications is simply stunning, and definitely unlike any other wall covering.

The white pine bark is sourced in the Appalachians with 100% grading and hand crafting at our Bark House shop in North Carolina.

*Important Note about Single Surface Lamination* Any substrate that has a bark veneer or 3D wood
attachment has the capacity to warp or cup. We do not recommend that panels “float” as in cabinet door applications
without an additional back side lamination to balance it out. This may be achieved by laminating our bark treatment
to both sides or by laminating a separate finish wood veneer.

There is no concern with single surface lamination when panels are affixed to studs or wall surfaces per our
installation guide.

What are Rough Pine Bark Wall Coverings?

Bark House® Rough Pine Wall Coverings are monolithic panels hand crafted with the bark of the White Pine (Pinus strobus) tree.  The base of this tree has a rough and textured bark with a gray surface color over a rich chocolate undertone.  You may also opt to have the face of this bark sanded to reveal a layered graining that looks like streaks of swirled cinnamon.  Seams will be seen on each panel and between individual panels.  All bark laminate panels were originally designed and created by Bark House cofounder, Marty McCurry. 

 How are 3D wall panels priced?

Our 3D Wall Panels are priced by the square foot. The price will depend on the type of material used and any finishes that you wish to add. Keyed edges are priced by the linear foot and finish options are priced by the square foot.

How are 3D wall panels fabricated?

Each order is custom fabricated, and every design is unique. 3D panels are secured to ½” MDF substrate, and have finish options available. Each of our 3D wall panels has unique fabrication limits, so please refer to the “Product Applications and Information” section of our product pages.

Why do the 3D veneer wall panels need to be laminated to a 1/2″ substrate?

Laminating thicker bark to only one side of a ¼” substrate can result in a warped panel over time, even if anchored to a wall.

What species is Rough Pine?

Bark House® uses the bark of the White Pine (Pinus strobus) tree to create Rough Pine Wall Coverings.

What is the texture of Rough Pine?

The surface of mature white pine bark is layered in scales that form prominent ridges broken into irregular plates. The ridges are highly textured and appear rough on the edges. The raw surface color is generally gray over a reddish brown to chocolate brown undertone. There can be displays of various lichen types on the surface. When sanded, the surface of the ridges is flattened and smooth, but the crevices remain rugged. The sanded ridges show intriguing reddish-brown concentric layers that have swirls of cinnamon color.  

Will I see seams on my panel and what is the configuration?

 Yes, you will as each panel is made up of multiple sheets of bark. While we show options on the Rough Pine product page, the choices of bark sheet size and design layout are endless. Our sales staff will work with you to find the best design choice for your vision.

Do I need a finish on Rough Pine?

No, but you can have a low sheen lacquer finish applied, if you wish, to enhance the bark’s features and give it an elegant glow across the surface.

How do I install Rough Pine Bark Wall Panels?

As with all of our products, we provide detailed installation instructions.  Our Laminate Wall Covering Installation guide is found here.

Can I Wrap the White Birch laminate around a Column? 

We do not offer this option.

Will the Rough Pine Bark Panels look just like the sample that I received?

These products are derived from natural materials, so no two will be the same. If you have been inspired by a photo, let us know, and we will do our best to help you achieve a similar look.

What information is needed to receive an estimate for panels?

To place an order for laminate wall coverings, our sales team will need:

  • Type of bark laminate that you wish to order
  • Substrate type
  • Panel dimensions
  • Finishes/edge details
  • Shipping address details

See the section above labeled “Product Options” which will walk you through this process.

How much will my order for Rough Pine panels cost to ship?

Bark Shingles are shipped in the most economical way possible for the size of your order. Most shipments will be done via Less Than Truckload (LTL) freight, and the cost will depend on your order size and shipping location.  We are happy to provide you with a quote.  Please email [email protected].    

Does Bark House offer a trade or volume discount?

Bark House® Laminate Wall Coverings and Panels are custom fabricated for each individual client. We are unable to offer discounts on these products due to the level of craftsmanship that is required for every order. 

Why is there an added fee for small panel sizes?

A number of factors dictate a 20% upcharge for panels less than 3ft x 3ft including project set-up fees, cutting down larger sheets of bark material, and the degree of difficulty working with a smaller scale. 

 Why is there an added fee for panels over 4 ft wide?

The main factor impacting the cost of wider panels is due to the difficulty in reaching across a wider field of work and the increase of internal weaving that must occur for the natural look of bark to be achieved.

We store Bark House Rough Pine Bark Laminates in a climate-controlled warehouse to prevent them from warping and wicking water.

If you need to store your Laminate Panels prior to installation we recommend that you:

  • Keep your Laminate Panels in their crate lying flat to prevent warping
  • Store your panels in a dry and secure location, not out in the elements, or under a tarp.

Failure to follow these guidelines can compromise your finished application

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