Knotty pine paneling
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FacebookTweetPin934 Hello! I’m finally done with the Room Full O’Knotty Pine, and I couldn’t be happier with the end result. Was it a big project? Yes. Was it worth it? Absolutely! I plan on doing a follow-up on this project once my friend and her family are moved in and settled. I know that she will put her own stylish stamp on this house, and it will be quite the transformation when it’s all said and done. First, a quick side by side before and after: Even without furniture, it’s off to a…
By Gillian Claire saved to Home Remodel
Knotty pine is a type of softwood often used for decorative finishes in the home, like furniture, wall paneling, window edges, doorframes, and trim. It’s a popular choice for most households because of its natural orange-honey color, fine texture, straight grain, and small, tight knots that are easy to cut around.
Debbie Graves saved to Wyoming House
This is an article I never thought I’d write. Because I’m a paint-the-paneling-kind-of-girl. If you read this blog on a regular basis, I’m pretty sure you know exactly how I feel about wood paneling. To clarify, it’s not that I don’t like it – I just like it painted out. Real knotty pine wood paneling […]
t herscowitz saved to Maine Cabin ideas
My very first thought when we looked at the house, was that the Dining Room could be beautiful. From the beginning, I could see the Pickwic...
Mary Boonstra saved to Quick Saves
My laundry room is a very awkward space, with dark shiny knotty pine covering the walls. I had thought my only option (without removing) was to paint it, but I’m much more interested in the whitewashed or pickled look. Realizing that painting is likely much easier, I’m willing to put in a little e...
Casey Malzahn saved to Lower Brook
You don't always have to paint over your knotty pine, especially if it's appropriate to your home. Here are 3 ways to make the most of it.
Megan Lusher saved to Lake house
FacebookTweetPin54 Happy Friday! I hope you’ve had a great week – I have been uber-busy transforming this naughty knotty pine room into something bright, fresh and inviting. It has been a challenge, because apparently, knotty pine doesn’t go gently into that goodnight. But, I’m beating painting it into submission. I look forward to sharing a tutorial to hopefully ease your pain if this project is on your home improvement list. Let’s look at the progress, shall we? Here it is before I got…
Jacob Prosperie saved to Renovations
Painting the bunk room paneling was the most tedious, excruciating paint project I have ever embarked upon. We had gotten a quote to get is professionally sprayed for around $2,000. Looking back, it...
Kelsey Vang saved to home
Alicia and her husband restore the knotty pine in their 1955 cabin - so inviting! - Retro Renovation
Reader Alicia and her husband bought their 1955 mountain cabin just 12 hours after seeing it — even though they knew they had work to do. The cabin itself was in great shape, but the previous owners had painted nearly all of the original knotty pine walls, ceilings, woodwork, doors and windows white. Virtually every wall…
Lisa Nieman saved to Mid Century Design Ideas
Linda's knotty pine paneling is turning orange, and she wants to know what she can do about it to preserve the wood's character. Here are her options.
April Killian saved to House decorations