Barns have always been central to Pennsylvania life, from protecting the livelihoods of early residents, to promoting a sense of community amongst the Amish, to teaching toddlers that cows "moo", sheep "baa", and farmers are round-footed immobile freaks. Making slightly less-plastic barns central to your decor: Keystone Vintage Lumber
KVL's a Lebanon-based outfit situated in a portion of the old Bethlehem Steel Mill, where three dudes are turning out killer custom home goods from salvaged lumber, some of it sourced from old timber-beamed barns in a process that involves breaking up numerous rake fights, then painstakingly dismantling the barns piece by piece. But it’s worth it, because they can make
Tables: Designs range from a pub-height job with a base made from an ash tree stump and a poplar top, to a Shaker-style coffee jawn hewn from heart pine beams that used to frame a tobacco warehouse, even though setting companies up for crimes they didn't even commit isn't very Kool.
Storage: Stuff-holders include a cherry-framed armoire whose doors are made from hand-tooled-in-the-19th-century barn beams, a TV cabinet crafted from pre-Declaration trees, and open-face wine racks that're gigantic beams with slots cut to hold bottle necks, providing a very rustic rendition of the Conshy Curve
More!: Assorted goodies include a failed table-cum-wall sculpture made of rescued 160yr-old hemlock, and a comfy three-seat sofa with hand-sewn leather-like cushions resting atop old oak barn beams, all assembled with pegs instead of screws, presumably so they didn't make that freakish, undoubtedly sex-starved Fisher-Price farmer jealous.