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1,128 skin board Staircase Design Photos
Wonderful In Westport
Love the board and batten in the hallway/stairs
Board & batten in stairway and foyer. Like this style for posts, but prefer a wider, more substantial (but stlll squared) hand rail.
high board & batten on stairs and around foyer.
Board and batten...animal skin rug
Like the simple,trim on top of the beaded board.
add bead board to hide imperfections in stair wll
Stairs with panel board
Bead board running downstairs walls
stair bead board and railing
Bead board wallpaper
Bead board up stairs
bead board...Love bead board...bead board stairway
Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography
Foyer, Historic Townhouse, Brooklyn, New York
Rich coral is amazingly flattering for warm skin tones. Try it on the walls or add just a touch in apricot-hued throw pillows.
You have: Skin with warm undertones.Try these colors: Rich coral is amazingly flattering for warm skin tones. Try it on the walls or add just a touch in apricot-hued throw pillows.
House + House Architects
boards instead of carpet under the dining table though
I want to climb up a stack of over sized blocks to get upstairs. multiple paths. but safe. and a sliding board coming down.
skin with beauty marks
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
Rustic Canyon New Home
Is the paneling beadboard or V-groove. Sheets or boards?
Tongue and Groove (T&G) boards, and NOT sheets. I do not have the width, however. Hope that helps!
Tongue and Groove (T&G) boards, and NOT sheets. Hope that helps!
Benjamin Moore's Swiss Coffee in Semi-Gloss finish Tongue and groove boards, not paneling sheets
half winder staircase- lined with boards
just to see all white boards
Paul Rice Architecture
wide Ship lap for exterior boards
amazing stair well window and horizontal board
shiplapped siding boards
Nickel Gap Wall Board
No dark line between boards
shiplap boards...vgroove board...ship lap board
Catalyst Architects, LLC
Residences in DeBordieu Colony, Georgetown, SC
there! This foyer is beautiful! I read previously that the boards are 8" t&g pine. Were they installed board by board against the studs? If I wanted to do a look like this in my bathroom, but install the planks vertically, how would I go about doing that? Thanks so very much!
What width are the wall boards?
They are installed as individual tongue and groove boards. To install vertically, blocking is placed between the studs
What if we install planks to replace with wood boards in basement?
Like the boards on the wall (comments noted as tongue & groove pine)
composed of several hundred feet of tubes filled with hot water embedded into the concrete floors. The façade is made up of composite board that is held away from the skin in order to create ventilated façade. This ventilation helps to control the temperature of the building envelope and a more stable