Pat S
Pat S
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My own BOARDWALK!


Finally decided what to do and started replacing my crumbling pressed board floors. Started with the hall from outside the bedroom, bathroom, under the washer and dryer. I used Arkansas Pine... I love the grain in it and used the grain while staining with a blue/green and driftwood stains.
Before I complete the floor, I am taking down a wall.... total renovations going on right now... furniture is moved and piled all over!! But the washer and dryer are back where they belong!
Arkansas Pine stained.
Arkansas Pine stained.
yuck
yuck
I primed and used the same stain behind the w/d...I will be painting a mural on the (white) wall on the left.
I primed and used the same stain behind the w/d...I will be painting a mural on the (white) wall on the left.
...and cabinet to go above washer and dryer
...and cabinet to go above washer and dryer
corner into bathroom
corner into bathroom
at this end, the wall to the left is coming down!
at this end, the wall to the left is coming down!
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  • Patricia
    on Sep 6, 2015

    These are not tongue and groove boards are they. I have been trying to get this question answered for ages and need to know if I have to use tongue and groove.

  • Pat S
    on Sep 6, 2015

    No, this is NOT tongue and groove. I had to replace my subfloor so just used wood planks. I hope that answers your question. Let me know if there's any thing else.

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