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Morse Constructions Inc.
24 Reviews
Morse Constructions
Ideabooks4,241
Questions2
fits in neatly with skirting board and shelving not directly in wall
Skirting board around the bottom and the depth of the wood in the shelves
door frames and skirting boards
Skirting board
“Bookshelf” — hotelfox
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Calico Studio
3 Reviews
Ames Lake Studio
Ideabooks678
Questions1
Gyp board...Press board ceiling...Particle board...chip board ceieling
“Different” — tsherk
Barnwood Naturals, LLC
Reclaimed Doug Fir Paneling
Ideabooks3,205
Questions2
Yes! Salvaged wood wall with some color left on just a few boards to keep it interesting
Wood wall (head board)
Using old board...Barn board
“Stables” — Closet Clarity
Magnolia Homes
2 Reviews
The Farmhouse
Ideabooks480
Questions0
Pathway hall - horizontal boards and sliding doors
the old "screen" doors for doors to pantry painted boards on walls light fixtures
Painted boards for walls
Might like boards for walls.
“Doors” — jfparkins
dSPACE Studio Ltd, AIA
5 Reviews
Master Hall
Ideabooks44,666
Questions30
Custom base board with white oak flooring
Hello your base boards and Door frame are beautiful!! Can you pls share what was used? Is it lacquer? Thank you
what is the size of the base boards here? Thanks!
We live in a 100 yr old house. I believe we have white birch floors (at least that's what we used on our family room edition). It's the narrower 1" board that does not have as much training/variation as the oak used here. This is exactly the look/color I was going for as we have a lot of wood detail
Notice the trim molding slightly above the base boards. If that molding is at 3/4" thick then per the above pic the baseboard shell be 3/4" in width
how thick are the base boards
local home improvement store, only to find out it was an intricate and carved crown molding! Is there any reason NOT to use crown molding for base boards? I hate boring. Tell me the truth. I can take it.- Thanks!
“love the baseboards” — jasuga42
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
Ideabooks7,086
Questions5
original to the home (1910). If you look, you can see that the board edges are uneven. That's because these were hand planed, unlike commercially produced boards today. In new homes, though, we use a lot of simple pine or cypress boards, just butted together, to achieve a similar look.
Board on walls, farmhouse styling (do NOT like the chair)
use simple pine or cypress boards, just butted together.
“Awesome cabinet” — Jessica Lee
Julie Williams Design
2 Reviews
House in Sonoma
Ideabooks24,081
Questions23
How high is the bead and board? And what color is the wall"
Hardwood against white board and batten
the high board/batten detail?
board & batten...board and batten
“Display shelf + useful storage” — tammynov64
Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc
2 Reviews
Arts & Crafts Bungalow
Ideabooks1,745
Questions1
board and batten
Columns on bead board wall
Board n batton...Board and batton
“half wall on right” — jillmmcguire
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