After measuring and planning, and cutting and nailing, and caulking and painting, its finally done. Our guest room now has a board & batten wall treatment (althou I think its more shaker paneling…but tomato tomato)
Without further adieu, here is our completed Board & Batten treatment in our Guest Room.
It’s day four of Project Guestroom and although lots of work has went on, there’s still a ton to do. Here’s an update in pictures:
The weekend got started by prepping for our big project; board & batten. Well truthfully its not really board and batten, its more like shaker style paneling.
We got 1/4″ mdf custom cut at our awesome local lumber yard Downtown Lumber and attempted to walk it all the way home on a dolly that didnt want to cooperate. But after an hour and a half of El Granto and I yelling at the lumber, each other, and strangers passing by, we got it all home.
We then laid out our paneling, which required math, engineering and thought. It took a long time and my head hurt. The end result was a line of tape on the wall…
Then we painted and stuff, and then it looked like this:
Then we started paneling
Then we sanded, spackled, spackled and more spackled and then cried some, cause spackling sucks
Next up, caulking, cause as if spackling didn’t suck enough…
(yes yes there will be a full board & batten post and a how-to after I complete it all, so hold your horses)