Distinct Wood Textures and Patterns from Pioneer Millworks at BDNY
Farmington, N.Y. -- Pioneer Millworks will share the latest trend drivers at the annual BDNY, the Boutique Design trade fair Nov. 11-12 at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. The show brings more than 8,000 interior designers, architects, purchasing agents and owners/developers together with more than 750 manufacturers and marketers of design elements for hospitality interiors. The Pioneer Millworks offerings include dramatic textures and patterns on a vast array of reclaimed wood species.
“When designers think about reclaimed wood we want them to think beyond rustic barn siding to color, a wealth of texture, and thoughtful sophistication,” said Jered Slusser, reclaimed wood expert at Pioneer Millworks. “Our reclaimed wood is prized for its history, character, tight grain patterns, and deep patina. We’re further celebrating those attributes with custom textures and unique patterns.”
With hundreds of species, grades, and finish combinations, Pioneer Millworks continually searches for exceptional surfaces and variety of reclaimed and sustainable wood to add to their offerings. The newest textures are paving the way for reclaimed wood as more than just barn wood.
The team will share custom Raked and Saw Kissed textures, both of which can be applied to a majority of their reclaimed wood products. Additionally, their Indonesian Teak Ready-Made Panels, in Versailles Pattern will be on display. Furthering the trend for charred wood, they’re combining color with charring in their Shou Sugi Ban grade. “The really cool part is these finishes celebrate the signs of previous life inherent in reclaimed wood while bringing new visual and textural experiences,” added Slusser.
Pioneer Millworks will be located at booth #253.
For more information, visit pioneermillworks.com.