There is no denying my love of barnwood. With a rich history woven throughout every piece of reclaimed wood, there’s just something special about these frames that simply cannot be replicated: stories, love, memories, and connection—the very qualities that your pet portraits reflect as well.
Over the past few months, I’ve been rolling out a new farmhouse-inspired addition to my barnwood frames line in the form of barnwood rounds.
Unique, subtly weathered, and stunningly natural, this rustic wall art style blends modern and traditional by combining artisan craftsmanship with a hand-painted technique that enhances the character and charm of all things farmhouse.
They pair perfectly with my more classic barnwood frames and suit even the most unconventional wall spaces, providing even more versatility when designing your custom wall art grouping of your most treasured pet portraits.
Let’s look at a few of my personal barnwood round favorites that range from delightfully distressed frames to organically elegant. Which are your must-haves?
Now if you’re a fan of my more traditional barnwood framed prints, don’t worry—they’re not going anywhere, but I’m beyond excited to bring you these distinctive artisan pieces available exclusively through the Bark & Gold Photography experience. Likewise, I’m moved to see you’re enthusiastic about these barnwood rounds as well!
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Did you spot a favorite among these barnwood rounds? I’d love to create a truly special piece for your home. Choose your adventure below to begin.
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