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Wood Paneling

What is Tongue and Groove?

Paneling is a smooth wood product that has beveled edges on all four sides. Tongue and groove is a style of joining two wood panels together. One side of the wood paneling has a projection called a “tongue” and the other side has a open slit called a “groove.”

This system interlocks the panels, so they […]

March 25th, 2019|Indoor Paneling, Outdoor Paneling, Wood Paneling|0 Comments

What’s the Difference Between Barn Wood and Paneling?

It’s out with the new and in with the old. Retro clothing is back in style, grainy movies are being revived, and bringing the outside indoors is a major trend in the world of interior design. But we’re not talking about the knotty wood siding in your grandparents’ basement. Interior wood siding is back in […]

February 13th, 2019|Barnwood, Wood Paneling|0 Comments

Top 5 most popular pre-finish interior wood stain colors

You’ve chosen your wood, now you just need to pick the best wood stain color that will bring out the pine’s natural beauty and protect it.

From wall coverings to trims to doors to stairs to log siding and railings, wood stain is one of the most important aspects to helping an interior wood project flow. […]

December 12th, 2018|Indoor Paneling, Wood Paneling|0 Comments

What’s the Difference Between Shiplap and Nickel Gap Wood Siding?

If you’ve been following interior design trends over the past few years, you’ve noticed an increase in the use of wood siding to add dimension and character. Shiplap is almost a household phrase, but do you know what it is and how it’s different than other wood siding products?
Shiplap interior design style
When you see examples of shiplap on design sites and shared on social media, they are most likely referencing a general style of a wooden wall with long planks, normally painted white, that are mounted horizontally and have a slight gap between the boards.

Shiplap was commonly used as exterior siding in the constructions of houses, barns, sheds, and other types of outdoor buildings. But now you’ll see it used indoors anywhere designers want a unique feature – from kitchens to bedrooms, and offices to restaurants.

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November 19th, 2018|Barnwood, Indoor Paneling, Wood Paneling|0 Comments

What is Circle-Sawn Wood Siding?

Reclaimed wood siding, especially barn wood siding, has a very specific look – weathered, rough, and rustic. But working with old wood is not ideal in many cases, and it can be a difficult  building material to find. If you’ve worked with old wood, you’re familiar with these challenges:

Crooked boards
Curling
Ground-in dirt
Insect invasions
And more…

Now there are lumber options that mimic the style of reclaimed wood but don’t come with the challenges.

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October 10th, 2018|Barnwood, Indoor Paneling, Wood Paneling|0 Comments
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