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finishing an interior wall

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12-28-07, 06:33 AM   #1  
finishing an interior wall

I am preparing to install rigid insulation (vertically) and would like to install as a finish wall something to the effect as a tongue/groove horizontial wood product so I can create geometric design, etc. what "flooring product" should I use or is there a product out there already?

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12-28-07, 11:44 AM   #2  
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Would T&G 1x6's work? That is the most commonly used wood on walls or ceilings. Angles and designs are only limitted by the framing behind it.

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12-28-07, 07:34 PM   #3  
In-laws used T&G pine (1x8"?) on the ceilings in their lake place. I was skeptical, but it really looks nice.

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12-29-07, 04:00 AM   #4  
Is a picture of a bath I did this past fall in our cabin with the 6" t&g. Added a warmth and cleanliness the original stippled (yuk) sheetrock didn't offer.

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