Category Archives for Wood Panelling

Building a Stud Partition

Stud partitions are lightweight, non-load bearing structures, usually faced with building board, which, are used to divide buildings into rooms or to subdivide existing rooms. Door openings, hatches or borrowed lights — interior windows which pass light coming from a … Continue reading

27. June 2011 by admin
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Wood Panelling: How to Line Interior Walls with Timber

Interlocking tongued and grooved boards can be fixed to any type of wall. Vertical boards tend to make a room look higher, horizontal boards longer. Screw or nail 50 x 25 mm (2 x 1 in) timber battens to the … Continue reading

22. June 2011 by admin
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