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02-08-07, 12:49 PM   #1  
I need this material....

http://cjweber.com/extra/remodel/BackWallOnLeftInsideWallOnRight.jpg

i want the left wall to look like the right wall

 
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02-08-07, 02:34 PM   #2  
Cover the left wall in mirrored tiles.

Just kidding! It just looks like 2 to 3 foot pieces of tongue & groove pine boards. It doesn't look like cedar at any rate.

 
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02-08-07, 03:01 PM   #3  
hmmm, im going to have to stain them right? and if i dont know the stain that was used originally id be better off sanding the existing wood and the staining it all?

and where would one go to get this type of material?


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02-08-07, 03:47 PM   #4  
Most any lumber yard will have T&G boards. You should be able to stain pine to match the boards you have. If you could take 1 of the original boards to a paint store [not dept] along with a piece of the new they can match the stain for you. If not stain test pieces ti you get it right.


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02-08-07, 04:10 PM   #5  
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Could it be laminate flooring nailed in place?

 
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02-08-07, 04:48 PM   #6  
Posted By: marksr Most any lumber yard will have T&G boards. You should be able to stain pine to match the boards you have. If you could take 1 of the original boards to a paint store [not dept] along with a piece of the new they can match the stain for you. If not stain test pieces ti you get it right.
thank you, i will do just that. my good friend works at jones paint and glass, maybe i can get a discount.

 
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02-08-07, 04:49 PM   #7  
Posted By: Wirepuller38 Could it be laminate flooring nailed in place?
i doubt it

 
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