Wood Wall Art

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So simple, nothing contrived. Black and white box signs with words of wit and wisdom. Wooden signs with single word expressions or thankful prayers in colorful paints. Made in the USA reclaimed slat wood wall plaques that symbolize peace, patriotism and ports of call creatures. Sensible and hilarious sentiments abound and you’ll find yours here. And if you’re big into whales, we have a plaque for that!

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Wooden Box Signs

Express what you really feel with one of our wonderfully affordable vintage styled box signs. Available in a variety of meaningful messages, each richly finished - slightly weathered box sign is perfect for sitting or for hanging. Ranging in size from 4" x 3" - 30" x 30", they look great hanging on a wall or sitting on your favorite shelf, mantle or desk.

Wooden Signs with Sayings

A sweet assortment of carved signs with colorfully painted one and two word sayings plays well with a group of box signs expressing gratitude and appreciation for family in a fanciful script. A framed offering features a laughable look at laundry and, in limited quantities, you might find a string art beauty that speaks to you and your outlook on life.

 Wooden Wall Plaques

They are colorful, expressive and economical as artwork. What's more, they are crafted of reclaimed wood that might have been lost to time or ended up in a landfill. Some are pieced together in slats of natural color, while others wear chippy paint that was intentionally applied or worn when found. All are sizeable and command attention. All are made in the USA.

Support your love of country or peace across the globe. Celebrate sea life, sandy beach finds, sailing or whale watching. Acknowledge your passion for the birdsong you hear in your backyard every morning. Save the planet by buying in to the recycling movement. Start with art dear to your heart.


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