Spring is upon us, and with a new season, it can be a great time to start planning some remodeling in your home. If you’re having trouble settling on the right project, then it can pay to think about the ones that will bring you the most noticeable improvements in your home. With some projects, you can even raise the value of your home, and that’s exactly the type of benefit you’ll get when you choose to remodel with new reclaimed barnwood siding.

Choosing eco-friendly reclaimed barn wood siding will give you the look of yesteryear, with materials that are treated and ready to last decades in your home.

Here are four rooms in your home that would look great with reclaimed barn siding from the Woodworker’s Shoppe.

Your Family Den with Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding

barnwood panelingIf your home features a den, or even if you’re looking to convert a bonus room into a new space, then barn wood panels can be a great option to create a unique look that blends the old with the contemporary. Wood panels add a touch of class, and your room could feel like something straight out of a movie. Wood panels will look great with bookcases, vintage furniture, and antique lighting fixtures.

If your den is currently a room that doesn’t get much use, then choosing to go with gorgeous wood paneling could make it a great place to relax or entertain guests.

Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding in a Man Cave

Sometimes you need a space of your own, and that’s exactly what you’ll get when you choose to convert one of your spare rooms into a man cave. This type of room should be welcoming and elegant, and you can get the high-end look without having to spend too much on the materials that you use. Choosing our rustic paneling will create a lived-in look that will be great with a pool table, some recliners, or even with a nice sofa and your entertainment system for movies and video games.

Whatever you use your man cave for, choosing rustic paneling will give it a unique character and you’ll love to spend time in there.

Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding for a Living Room with Warmth

The living room should be a place where the whole family can come together, relax, decompress, and share a conversation. It should also be one of the rooms in the house where you can easily entertain and be proud of your décor. Choosing barn board paneling will create an almost old-world feeling in your living room, but you can add modern touches with your décor and flooring choices. You’ll get the best of both worlds by choosing barn boards, and your home could take on the character of classic American settler homes, even if it’s relatively new.

Best of all, if you do choose to install wood paneling in your living room, you can continue the theme throughout your home, particularly if you’ve chosen interior siding or paneling in other spaces.

Reclaimed Barn Wood Siding in a Child’s Bedroom

The Woodworker’s ShoppeChildren need rooms that are both comfortable and stimulating, so you may have some reservations about using rustic paneling in your own child’s room. However, don’t think of the paneling as the key element, but more as a blank slate that can then be added to and improved. Choosing paneling will give you an excellent backdrop from which you can add the right furniture and wall decorations to create a space that is colorful and stimulating. Rustic paneling will create a neutral finish that is also relatively upmarket, so the great thing about choosing this material is that it will still be suitable once your child enters their teenage years.

Explore Our Range to Choose the Right Paneling for Your Home

Now that you’ve got a few ideas about rooms that could do with some spring remodeling, it’s time to take a look at the paneling and siding options at The Woodworker’s Shoppe. We offer finishes that will match your overall interior design, and our products are eco-friendly and developed from sustainable resources.

Remodeling today can be a great investment, and can even raise the value of your home when it comes time to sell. With panels being relatively affordable, especially considering their longevity, there’s no good reason not to remodel this year.