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Most barnwood, in its original application, is wood that was cut down and shaped up by farmers at the time of use to create dwellings or structures. Barnwood does not refer to a specific species of wood because it is comprised of whatever was most accessible to the farmers. Because it has withstood the elements for decades, including direct sunlight and torrential rains, it showcases a mix of greys, tans, and browns. It is unlike most of the other skins and always one-of-a-kind.