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Barn Wood Shutters

Barn wood shutters are decorative shutters made (or at least appear to be made) from the wood of an old barn.

They are usually used as interior decor as opposed to using them to cover and/or protect a window. Barn wood shutters are distinguished from "regular" wooden shutters by the aged, weathered appearance of the wood. They add a warm, beautiful accent to a room, whether hung near a window or simply displayed on a wall.

Interior barn wood shutters


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Below: Aged wooden barns such as this one are prized for the beautifully weathered wood they contain. Sadly, much of the wood in old barns is burned, hauled off, or left to rot. Some of it though, is reclaimed and repurposed into beautiful furniture, shutters, or other items.

An aged wooden barn


Barn Wood Shutters: Good Things To Know Before You Buy

Below are a few good things to know before purchasing barn wood shutters.

Below: Not all barn wood is its natural color. Some of it has been painted or stained and still shows beautiful traces of color.

A red barn made of wood


Save The Shutters For Later

If you find barn wood shutters for sale on Etsy that you like but you're not ready to purchase right away, you can always add them to your shopping cart so they will be easy to find later.

Important: Putting items in your Etsy shopping cart or "Save for later" list does NOT reserve them! It just makes them easier to find if they're still available when you come back.

Below: Screenshot image showing the "Save for later" and "Remove" links when an item is in the Etsy shopping cart.

Cowboy Etsy shopping cart

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