WHISKEY BARREL LID - This real American white oak barrel comes straight from the distillery and measures 21"-22" in diameter. Not seeing the one you want? We can print a personalized design just for you. All you have to do is contact us, and we will get back to you with instructions on how to have your fully customized art printed on a whiskey barrel top. Barrel lids make a very unique Father's Day gift, Mother's Day gift, birthday gift, graduation gift, wedding gift, etc.
WOOD WALL ART - Whiskey Barrel Head Half Fisherman Hunter Fishing Hunting Buck Deer Fish Wood Wall Decor Bar Sign With thousands sold, and countless designs to choose from we have perfected crafting these repurposed artifacts into eye-catching works of art to be enjoyed for many years! If you are looking for the perfect gift idea, our art prints on barrel lids are a great place to start.
AUTHENTIC RECLAIMED HOME DECOR - Barrel heads serve as a fantastic AUTHENTIC RECLAIMED wall accent for any room. Hang this conversation starter in your office, man cave, bar, living, or dining room! Each piece has meaning and history, all once genuine barrels of a Kentucky or Tennessee whiskey distillery. They aren't just mass-produced pieces of replicated art. They are each reclaimed with love and carry unique stories.
CONSTRUCTION: We re-craft each barrel lid with deliberate care. This includes realigning the barrel slats and attaching them to a backer board to make a sturdier, more fortified product. Each piece is then lightly sanded, carefully sealed, and printed to specification. We also install hanging hardware on the back which consists of a heavy duty framing wire and D-rings, completing the piece and ensuring it is display, hang-on-the-wall ready.
UNIQUE and ORIGINAL - Barrel Lid Wall Art is unique and only made by a few suppliers as supplies are limited. Distillary Barrels are direct from Tennessee Whiskey and Kentucky Bourbon refineries. Barrel makers range from Jim Beam, Jack Daniels, Makers Mark, KC among others depending on supply and demand. Most heads will have a unique stamp on the front which designates its time/date/location of use, but some do not depending if it was the top of the bottom of the barrel.