Tongue and Groove
Tongue-and-groove wall and ceiling panels fit together to create flat surface with horizontal or vertical seams
Each board of a tongue-and-groove plank has a projection on one side and a corresponding groove on the other. The boards fit together to form a flush surface with a visible seam. The joints are fairly loose, which allows for expansion and contraction with changes in temperature and humidity.
Tongue and groove may be an older technique, but it fits nicely into this contemporary-style room.
Both the ceiling and walls of this attic room are covered in tongue-and-groove paneling.
This kitchen’s vaulted ceiling is lined with tongue-and-groove planks painted white. Wood beams set them off and recessed lights allow the planks, rather than the lighting fixtures, to take center stage.
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