145 tongue and groove wood ceiling Hall Design Photos

Rill Architects
11 Reviews
Beach House
what wood species is the barn door? is it natural cherry?
wood species of barn doors
The wood of the doors in Fir. Thanks for the inquiry.
Light wood barn doors with dark
barn doors in natural wood
Stained wood ceilings
tongue and groove wood ceiling
Floors vs ceilings...contrasting wood...wood beams...wood floor...wood trim...ceiling fan
“Doors” — heyletsdesign
Pathfinder Group Designs Inc.
3 Reviews
Pathfinder Group Designs, Rachel Pihakis, Designer
chef's kitchen with custom cabinetry, panel-ready appliances, marble counters and mother of pearl accent tile. Unique features include tongue-and-groove distressed wood ceiling, mercury glass pendant lighting, and polished nickel hardware. The former kitchen was approximately 10' x 14', while the new kitchen
Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
size and type of wood is the horizontal wood paneling on the walls?
Love the room, what color paint did you use on the ceiling and planks?
What is the paint sheen on the ceiling planks?
What is the height of the kitchen ceiling ?
What is the height of the kitchen ceiling?
Hello! The beams themselves are an unfinished Oak wood, found outside at a local lumbar yard and fairly worn. They are "finished" with a flat stock trim.
walls, ceiling, beams, paint - trim as well
tongue and groove effect on wall is very nice
ceilings - tongue and groove with beam
Ceiling, beams (going perpendicular to ceiling boards), and walls
tongue and groove ceiling like this could work in laundry room
the all white with the rustic wood beams and the floating shelves
“Love these ceilings.” — Brandy Price
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Structures Building Company
5 Reviews
Cobbage Hall
and the approximate height of the tallest point of the ceiling? I have a narrow, no personality hall that I would love to jazz up and yours is amazing! Any tips are so appreciated!
what type of wood are the walls
What kind of wood are the floors and are they stained
if the horizontal wood on the walls is original (1910-1940's) then its most likely 8"-10" wide yellow pine boards, otherwise known as shiplap. its always so neat to start
Tongue and groove walls and ceiling
Hallway to media room. Vaulted ceiling. Wide panels
White walls and relatively dark glossy wood flooring.
I love the ceiling on this, and the wood floor color and style
Painted white paneled walls and ceiling, contrasts
Tongue and groove walls and ceilings combine with exposed beams in this bright, architecturally rich hallway.
“finishes” — erider88
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Fish Camp Beach Cottage
what wood did you use to panel the ceiling and walls?
It is just simple pine board, butted together (not tongue & groove).
luckeelu wrote: what wood did you use to panel the ceiling and walls? Like Comment August 12, 2013 PRO Historical Concepts It is just simple pine board, butted together (not tongue & groove). August 15, 2013 at 11:17am
treatment and the angles of the ceiling!!
The ship lap ceiling and walls.
color and finish of v groove
Great treatment w the roof/ceiling. Adds interest and the whtewashed wood is great! Like Maine but whitewashed which adds a lighter, airy feeling!
Decorate with fishing items and experiences. I like the white washed boards for the walls and ceilings.
“Horizontal wide plank walls” — beckyrohde
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Summer Lake House
Can you tell me the ceiling height?
Can you give me the dimensions of the baseboard, the side and top of the door casing as well as the ceiling height? Thank you!
inches tall. The door side casing is 4 1/4 inches wide and the door head casing is 5 1/4 inches. The finished ceiling height from tile floor to painted ceiling is 8' -9 3/8" high.
This ceiling is 8' - 9 1/2" above the tile floor.
Dining room reclaimed tongue and groove
Organic simple wood, bright grain, simple.
High tongue and groove, strong top edge with lip for holding pictures.
wood stained beadboard instead of wainscoting panels/?
The old look. The wood on the walls
“wainscoting” — mangrist
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
lowcountry river house
barn siding. Want to use the barn wood as flooring in the actual house. Should it be milled for tongue and groove, or left solid? any other suggestions. thx
Is the wood on the walls a lap board tongue and groove, or just pine board nailed to the
what kind of wood floor is that?
How was the wood on the walls finished?
how were these floors finished? Will this pine wear out quickly because pine is such a soft wood? People have tried to steer me away from using it.
Is the ceiling barely blue, and what color? Love the whole look.
I would guess it is the patina of reclaimed wood plus a type of protective finish.
Thanks for the kudos!!!! The painter and floor finisher were two different people. The common element is that the walls and floors are both reclaimed wood.
“All but the deer” — skatvold
Copper Creek Homes, LLC
4 Reviews
Mine Style Rustic Mountain Lodge
Is the corrugated Tin sealed? And what hardware did u install with? I am getting ready to put my barn roof inside on my barn loft ceiling
Is that rope lighting you r using underneath the trim? That is so awesome!!! I definitely want to use that in my barn ceiling
no, we have a flat 9' ceiling and our floor is wood. The tin was laid over tongue-n-grove pine planks. Tin is not a noise dampener, but even with a vaulted/high ceilings I don't see tin making it appreciably louder especially if laid over sheetrock
No, the reclaimed corrugated ceiling is not sealed. I believe it is attached with standard screws. We added a wood valance at the roof-wall junction to provide a space for the lighting, this also provides a place to terminate the ceiling panels.
“Tin” — austinpoole
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