This Maryland State Flag is a collage of individual pine boards, secured together using two wood strips that run along the back of the piece. These strips tightly secure the boards together in addition to allowing the flag to sit slightly off your wall and make the piece more dramatic.
View the wood pallets below to learn more about the 1/4" and 5/8" boards we use when creating this piece.
Accent any of your living spaces with this Maryland State Flag. Inside or out. Whether you want to showcase this rustic flag on your porch, see it while you grill, or bring the warmth of the wood inside your home, there will always be the perfect place for it.
We use wood as a canvas and spray semi-translucent, all-weather ultraviolet protected ink directly into the wood grain. Because we craft it using kiln-dried pine and UV resistant inks, it is as comfortable indoors as it is out.
The rustic coloration and distressed imagery combines beautifully with the texture of the wood. Each pine board has its own unique grains, knots, and swirls to blend the individuality of the wood with the image to create natural, one-of-a-kind decor for your home.
Hanging hardware is included and the art is ready to be hung up in your home or yard from the moment it arrives.
We make the product to order. With this in mind, we try to craft, package and ship your product within 2-3 business days from the day the order was placed.
Pieces sized 20"x14" and 15"x11" use our thinner 1/4" kiln-dried pine boards.
These are lightweight & easy to hang anywhere.
Includes a sawtooth hanger on back.
Two solid 1/4" runners are tightly secured along the back. These runners + the boards make the pallet 1/2" thick.
Pieces sized 44"x30", 33"x24", and 22"x16" feature our thicker 5/8" kiln-dried pine boards.
These are solid & tough.
Includes a wire & loop hanger on back.
Two solid 1/2" runners are tightly secured along the back. These runners + the boards make the pallet over 1" thick.
All of our products are made at our design & build studio at the foot of the Cascade Mountains in Sisters, Oregon. The wood we use when crafting this piece is sourced from around the Northwest.
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