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Welcome To Barnwood Living

Barnwood Living is a lifestyle that embodies the spirit of the American pioneer. Our circle of friends and family are honest, hardworking folks that build things the old way, the right way, with pride.

Barnwood Living Lifestyle

Mark and his circle of family love to tell stories and share recipes. Our circle of friends, families, and even professionals we have met through the years, offer up advice, tips, and old stories.

Barnwood Living Lifestyle

Mark and his circle of family love to tell stories and share recipes. Our circle of friends, families, and even professionals we have met through the years, offer up advice, tips, and old stories.

Barnwood Living Cabins & Barns

Antique Cabins and Barns, LLC specializes in the recovery and restoration of 19th century hand hewn log and timber frame structures. Our materials are carefully rescued from pioneer homesteads and given new life as modern homes of distinction throughout the country.

Barnwood Living Cabins & Barns

Antique Cabins and Barns, LLC specializes in the recovery and restoration of 19th century hand hewn log and timber frame structures. Our materials are carefully rescued from pioneer homesteads and given new life as modern homes of distinction throughout the country.

Barnwood Builders

Barnwood Builders follows the crew of Antique Cabins and Barns, six good-natured hillbillies who know a thing or two about wood. This passionate team is devoted to salvaging and old-world craftsmanship.

Barnwood Builders

Barnwood Builders follows the crew of Antique Cabins and Barns, six good-natured hillbillies who know a thing or two about wood. This passionate team is devoted to salvaging and old-world craftsmanship.

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Remember this barn? Yup, it's the one Mark's converting into his home! You've been asking for an update and we've got the scoop on Mark's plans—this coming Sunday, on the Barnwood Builders SEASON FINALE!
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Remember this barn? Yup, its the one Marks converting into his home! Youve been asking for an update and weve got the scoop on Marks plans—this coming Sunday, on the Barnwood Builders SEASON FINALE!

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No, not the end of the season. We want more of the builders. PLEASE.

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Yes I can't wait too see this mark bowe home I can not wait I love this show 1 of my favorite on diy and it was good too see 1 shot the truck driver at the very beginning of this new season hopefully we can see 1 shot again and he did a great job backing up...... but I wanna know will there be another season? ?? Let me know if there will be another season

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We need a mantel...how can we get one you have

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What about the one in Cave Springs, Ga.?

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I have a lot of very special memories of time spent in that barn, chasing kittens, watching my father, uncle, and grandfather care for the cattle, and climbing around, getting into things I shouldn't have. Though I was upset to see it go, I hope it brings happiness and memories to another family now.

2 hours ago
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Season finale ALREADY? Need to bump it to at least 24 episodes a season. CAN'T GET ENOUGH

3 hours ago   ·  3
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You should do a show about all the guys homes or rustic builds.

4 hours ago   ·  6
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How long is your off season? Y'all be missed. May God bless you abundantly!

4 hours ago   ·  7
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I love watching Barnwood Builders! I was wondering not too long ago about the barn that he was going to make his home. I never miss an episode. All the guys are hilarious.

3 hours ago   ·  2
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Love this show and will look forward to the new season. Please please keep this show going forever💘

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Barnwood Builders Yes I definitely do remember that Barn. That was my great great great grandfather John Jacob Hamm’s and my great grandfather Norman Delp’s. Hope that the barn brings a bunch of joy and wonder to your new home. Happy you got the opportunity to visit two of my relatives Madelon Delp Callen and Alan. Also, can’t wait for Season 7.

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Yipeeee!!!!! I cannot wait to hear about it Mark.

2 hours ago   ·  1
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Noooo, say it isn’t so...last show of the season 😟

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Oh wow!!! Happy to see but sad it is finale!!!!

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Haven't missed a show since I first saw it come on mark,Sherman,Tim Alex, Graham and Johnny Jett do such a fantastic job if tearing down these old barns and log cabin rebuilding them to live in another hundred years or more

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Those old barns always reminds me of my family barn I grew up working in

3 hours ago   ·  1
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Thumb up for the update, but sad for the season finale!

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I am already having withdrawals thinking about this being the season finale!! Love this show and these guys!!!

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We hve just seen it on tv here in New Zealand on Sunday night. I wonder how long we hve to wait to see the progress or the finished home. Be so nice I bet.

3 hours ago   ·  1
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You guys are awesome .. Loved last weeks episode and can't wait for next weeks . Is furniture building in your future , most of the wood you find would be beautiful as a bar and such .

3 hours ago   ·  1
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I'm ready for the update but not for the season to be over. darn.

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Last one of the season ? Oh,no ! But can't wait to see the show .

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Aaaah, sad for season finale, but yaaaay!

3 hours ago   ·  1
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Looking forward to it!! I have defintley love watching the show, could watch all year long!! I do have to say i love the stuff that i order from the Barnwood Living store😊

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Can't be the end already!

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Country or city? Which do you prefer? Meet some folks who are going back to country living—tomorrow at 9|8c on a brand new Barnwood Builders! ... See MoreSee Less

Country or city? Which do you prefer? Meet some folks who are going back to country living—tomorrow at 9|8c on a brand new Barnwood Builders!

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We moved back here after being in Houston for 20 some years. The heat in Texas was fine when I was younger. The traffic there sucks. I dont like close neighbors or barking dogs all night. We now live on 17 acres no.close neighbors no barking dogs. Traffic is great. Life is good in the country.

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As my Mother used to say: "You can always get "with" people, but you can't always get away from them." ** Thankful I live on 10 acres. If I had my druthers (and lots of $$$), I'd live on a section of land with a 2 bedroom, 2 bath house in the dead middle of the property.

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I live 35 miles from the nearest little hospital, McDonald's (who cares about that anyway, rightr?) and WalMart so it's a 70-mile round trip to go shopping or anything. But we like the country. It would be better if it weren't out here on the east desert of Utah, but at least it's out where we can see all the stars every night.

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I have a cabin that you might be interested in. Location is in ohio. My x and I saved this cabin in 1990. Rebuilt it. It is now going on the auction block June 2nd. My ex passed away and my 2 daughters are the heirs to his estate. I have all the history to this cabin and would love,to see it saved again. I could send you all the information if you would be interested. Built 1850. Approx. 18 x 26. 2 story . Love your show. I really want it to see it preserved.

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I have a friend who is going to lose his log home due to expansion of the Pa turnpike. Is there anything you fellas can do for him? I have an old barn/carriage house that needs replaced. If you would be interested in that let me know.

1 day ago
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I love the country we live over 200 miles from a Walmart in any direction! Who needs them anyway! Would rather sit on my front porch and look at the mountains any day❤️

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I've been a country girl for 62 glorious years, worked in the City & could not wait until quitting time to get back to the country! Grew up on the James River & now live at the foot of the Blue Ridge Parkway just south of Buchanan, Va. Love hearing turkeys gobbling & the whip-o-wills & every now & then seeing a big old black bear prowling around my 31 acres.

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Even thou I live about 800 yards from the city limits I would rather live out in the country. I always wanted to live in a log cabin with a long front porch facing and pond or river, if I don't get it on earth I hope I get it in heaven

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I grew up in Chattanooga, Spent 21 years away including 15 of them in the Los Angeles area. I finally got sick of it and moved to Knoxville. I needed to live close to a city but where I moved to had more cows than people. Since we moved here, the number of houses being built has doubled. City is moving to the country and I ain't happy about it. I would like to live further out but I'm not leaving this house until the coroner carries me out.

2 days ago
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I just watched the episode of the resort cabin. Good. I was wondering what the little fluffy animals were squealing. They looked like rabbits. I didnt like them much bit rodenty. Although you do have a rat snake i hope it isnt the ones with two legs.

2 days ago
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Country so I have a place where I have a quiet refuge to clear my mind and fully enjoy the beauty we have been blessed with.

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Country. Stayed at my husbands condo in the city before we got married and hated it. I could've never gone out by myself because I would never find my way back. City life is very confusing. Couldn't wait to get back to the country.

2 days ago
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I put up with the city, but my soul is in the country...where I was raised. You guys have the best show on TV! When I get home from church on Sunday nite, I'm tuning in to Barnwood Builders! Don't change nothin'! You have a great show and a great crew!

1 day ago
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I used to live 80 miles one way...all day to go shopping and only did it once a month. Luckily my husband worked in town so he would bring in fresh milk etc...but I tried to NOT go into town other than my once a month trip. Had to take a cooler for the ice cream so it didn't melt before I got home.

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Country for sure! We live just about two blocks outside of a smaller Colorado mountain town and love it!

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DEFINITELY COUNTRY, I live next to Blue Ridge Parkway love my mountains.

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I would love to live there in the woods and a nice wooden building it would be my dream as we do not have that here in England

2 days ago
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I’m good all country boy from Cabell County West Virginia and I love the country. I now live in Florida in the country in North Florida.

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Way back in the country, with a small creek and one bedroom BWB cabin.

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Prefer the country but my daughter and her family keep me grounded in suburbia. Thankfully though we're close enough to more rural areas so we can get out and stretch our legs wgen we choose.

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I live 45 min outside Phillie...while we visit or make use of the medical facilities (Penn), I’d never live there. We much prefer going over to my family’s 1805 21 acre farm....so quiet and relaxing.

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Little bit of both! Small town is where I grew up but work in the city now. I have a question about looking for marbles and trinkets? I don't see it anymore on the show.

2 days ago
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We retired to the country 3 years ago. In the mountains of northern Pennsylvania, it’s the peaceful and slower paced life that we enjoy the most!

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We were born and raised on a farm. Give me the mountains anytime. Peace and quiet but city isn't a few minutes away. So it's convenient.❤️

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I prefer country and farming areas. Look forward to seeing the next episode

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