The sky’s the limit with ways to incorporate tongue and groove into a contemporary home’s design. Create ceilings, feature walls, transition rooms, and kitchen accents; change the width of the boards, or paint it, to create texture and eye-pleasing interest.
Tongue and groove is a cost-effective option to drywall because of the value it adds to your home. It’s also easier to install or modify.
Tongue and groove is a great insulator. Shiplap sheds water very well and is a bit cheaper. Both are beautiful choices for your home.
Tongue and groove is perfect for walls, floors, ceilings, patios, porches, huge homes and tiny homes alike!
Tongue and groove is highly versatile. Different woods and installation methods offer choices in colour, aesthetics, and durability.
Tongue and groove is an excellent choice. It’s quick and easy to install and can be done with just a few tools.
V-joint tongue and groove is a type of wood panelling used most often on walls and ceilings of traditional and modern homes alike.
Structural tongue and groove is favoured for flooring and ceilings in traditional, full-sized houses, and smaller lightweight tongue and groove is for tiny homes.
Historically, shiplap was used as a way of waterproofing ships. The term refers to the way 90-degree grooves (or rabbets) were cut along the top and bottom of each plank so that when assembled they would overlap each other to keep water and wind out. Today many of us...