The Woodworkers ShoppeI once visited what was perhaps one of the most beautiful restaurants in the state of Kentucky. I can’t remember the name of it to save my life, but it overlooked the vast beauty of the Cumberland River, and it served the best eggs Benedict I’ve ever had in my life. I may be exaggerating, just a little, but the one thing that really stood out about this restaurant was the barnwood paneling décor and the theme.

The entire building was outfitted primarily with barnwood paneling, giving the space a pretty rustic feel. This wasn’t a small restaurant; it was actually pretty big lengthwise, yet somehow those barn wood interior panels made the space feel intimate, and it definitely made me want to go back. So how does this apply to you? If you’re running a restaurant and want to change the way it’s presented, especially if you’re going for the rustic or rural look, then you’re probably going to want to consider barn wood panels.

Let’s face it, whether you have a small restaurant or a massive one like the one I mentioned, there’s nothing quite like getting intimate and providing your customers with a warm atmosphere. Your first thought, however, is probably something along the lines of: “Isn’t this prohibitively expensive?”

Barnwood Paneling – Not as Expensive as You’d Think

When you consider going with rustic paneling for your restaurant interior your mind is immediately going to jump to the potential expense and we really can’t blame you for that. Renovations are expensive, interiors are even more so, but we’ve actually done a great job of not only getting the cost down, but also making the installation incredibly easy – that’s one feat you won’t see replicated with many other companies. If you take some time to look at our customer testimonials you’ll find that many of them mention the lower prices and the ease of installation – it’s not just us tooting our own horn, so to speak.

Get Barnwood Paneling Done Quickly

When you’re dealing with a renovation of any kind there is always one common theme, and that is the theme of getting it done quickly. The longer your restaurant is ‘down’, the less revenue you will be generating. In fact, if you can’t have customers then you can’t have an income, and our rustic paneling solution is going to help you out with that.

As we stated before, the interlocking panels will give you the ability to complete the installation on your own terms, and it’s not going to take any great amount of expertise to get it done. All you need to do is make sure your walls are torn down to the stud, and that your paneling is cut to size – that’s all there is to it.

It’s a Clean Look

Barnwood PanelingWhen you eat at a restaurant you want it to look clean, there’s really no doubt about it. When you have guests at your restaurant you can be rest assured that they want to exact same thing. Rustic paneling from The Woodworkers Shoppe can provide that crisp, clean look even while exuding that rustic aesthetic. In addition to that it’s pretty easy to clean off which is essential in a restaurant setting.

Going Back in Time

If you’re associating the rustic look with the old days, then you would be absolutely right. This barnwood paneling brings with it a taste of the frontier and the days of the log cabin, just without all the hassle of chopping down your own wood. Unlike many other suppliers of rustic paneling we guarantee our product and our interlocking method helps to ensure that there will be very little if any waste during the installation process.

As you take a look at our paneling options, do make sure that you’re considering all of the other accessories and additions that we sell in our online store. You might need some crown molding, or perhaps you’re needing to top off your installation with some beautiful artwork. No matter what barnwood paneling it is that you need, we certainly have it, and we’re ready to make sure that your next renovation is the success that you envision it to be. We have paneling and accessories for every occasion and every renovation that needs to step back in time a few notches.