Beautiful work! How did you handle turning the outside corner of the wood wall?
LME Art + Design
August 5, 2012 in Photo Questions
Did you just use a 1x1 to terminate the shiplap siding into? I'm looking to do a wood slat wall in a commercial project and have been discussing details with the contractor. I'd like to miter the corners, but he'd prefer to kill the boards into an end cap. After seeing this, I'm thinking a 1x1 at the corner might be a good option too.

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ísARK Studio
Thanks for posting this. We had always mitered the boards together but putting a 1x1 to terminate it is a really great idea that I think we'll explore on the next project. It lends itself better to a ranch/bungalow look while mitering might have a more modern edge to it.

What did you end up doing on your project?
August 12, 2012 at 11:09AM   
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the photo above is a mitered outside corner? It appears not to have a continuous wrap-around look at tho. This also appears to be the case on the inside corner, almost appears that the inside corner has a stopping block. do you have any close up photos of the inside and outside corners?
December 26, 2012 at 5:56PM   
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Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
As shown it's simply a corner block of wood
March 28, 2014 at 8:58AM   
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