come in 4x8 sheets or would I need to go at it one board at a time? I frequently see it used in cottages and it is typically painted white. Crate and Barrel use it a lot in their store. Thanks!
23'-5" x 17'-10". The bed is on the north wall, which is the shorter dimension. The south wall opposite the bed has the entry door in the center and built-in cabinets on either side. The West Wall has a double french door leading out to a covered porch with double windows on either side. The East wall
just 1x12" plain boards (no tongue and groove, etc.). I'm not sure exactly where the contractor sources them from, but you can probably find this size board in pine at the local big-box lumber yard. If you can find it in poplar it may be cheaper, and poplar is a more stable wood than pine. You might
doing a 24x24 or larger sample on your wall because everyone's home has different lighting. Contact an Interior Designer in your area to help you achieve this look in your space. Stephanie with Bella Villa Design Studio, Austin, TX.
doing a 24x24 or larger sample on your wall because everyone's home has different lighting.
It is Sherwin Williams 6340 Baked Clay. We suggest doing a 24x24 or larger sample on your wall because everyone's home has different lighting.
doing 24x24 or larager sample on your wall because everyone's home has different lighting
1" x 2" trim boards on existing sheetrock. Inexpensive way to create beadboard look.
placed 1" x 2" trim board on the existing sheetrock walls to create a "board-and-batten" look often found on the exterior of beach/ coastal houses. it is an inexpensive way to create a "paneling/ bead board" look.