We're giving thanks this month for customers like you.
Thanks to you, we at Barron Designs have had the pleasure of doing the work we enjoy for the past 36 years. We look forward to many more years of serving you in the future.
| Review your purchase, win an iPhone
Through the end of January, we're giving away three new Apple 3G iPhones to customers who post product reviews on our updated website.
Review early, review often!
A review by December 31st doubles your chances.
A review by November 30th triples them.
Each review gives you more chances to win.
Click to learn more!
As your review helps other customers choose the right products for their projects, you just might help yourself to an iPhone.
|Featured Product: Corbels
Corbels have class. And they're one of the most varied and versatile products we offer.
They go outdoors or indoors, enhancing and decorating everything from roofs and balconies to mantels and bookshelves. They come in over 200 styles, sizes and finishes. And they're easy to install.
Through the end of November, our quick-shipping Timber and Cypress corbels are on sale for 25-30 percent off.
| Project of the Month
Trammell Crow Residential builds multifamily residences all over the USA. This photo shows a room in their Alexan Springs II development in Texas, featuring our Raised Grain beams.
Julie writes from Houston: "Thanks for the great product and making TCR Alexan Springs II look so good." And we thank TCR for a striking example of how much a few simple beams can do. Picture the room without them!
We'd love to see your project.
Please send us a good-quality photo and brief description, and we'll send you a $100 check if we include it on our Testimonials or Portfolio page.
| Quick Tip
What if you accidentally drop a faux beam or step on it, and it cracks?
You can easily fix most cracks and splits so they're completely invisible.
Spread adhesive on the inside of the cracked surface and apply wood splints across the crack. Make sure the crack is tightly closed, and let the adhesive cure for 24 hours. Then touch up the crack with matching stain if needed. For more details, see our step-by-step procedure.