|Project by carpentrymonster||posted 05-21-2010 06:47 PM||5035 views||3 times favorited||7 comments|
This is a restoration job I did last month in Bloomfield Hills, a northern suburb of Detroit. A poorly designed roof lead to a pretty severe ice dam, which I repaired back in march. The dam caused a leak into the study and ruined the hardwood floor, one entire wall of paneling, and a good portion of the vaulted ceiling.
After the abatement I installed a new floor, re-drywalled, re-paneled and refinished the wall. The raised paneling is constructed of 3/4” particle board, 1/4” oak ply, and oak panel molding. I had to mix 4 colors of stain to match the existing aged and faded panels, big pain! and matching molding is no picnic either, if you live in the western suburbs I recommend H.A. Smith Lumber on 8 mile, Dave Berg was real helpful.
I included a before pic for comparison.