|Project by Wav||posted 12-22-2014 01:54 AM||1012 views||2 times favorited||4 comments|
This ceiling is made from Lithuanian Pine and Douglas Fir. The main field is made of V-jointed tongue and groove Lithuanian Pine with the center most pieces Douglas Fir. The entire pattern only requires one basic cut, a 45° miter with a groove cut into the mitered edge with a 45° chamfer to match the V-joint of the pattern.
The entire ceiling used scraped boards headed to the landfill and were used as my solution to a badly cracked plaster ceiling which was beyond repair.
-- Maddog Creations