PAINTED WOOD PANELING 1x8" TONGUE & GROOVE "SHIPLAP" STYLE GREAT LIVING ROOM FLORIDA
Painted Wood Paneling
Painted interior wood paneling, especially SHIP LAP, is gaining popularity in large part due to Joanna Gaines and her show "The Fixer Upper". One of the reasons shiplap boards are so popular to use as wood paneling is the rustic old world coziness they bring to the room.
Painted Wood Paneling lends Rustic Elegance to Farmhouse Design
Kelly's story starts with "Something's Gotta Give". She loved the layout of the home in that film. She chose painted wood paneling because the original design looked too formal for her tastes. She wanted it to look nice but also "homey" and "lived in". She took her time searching for the right combination of rustic and inviting because she knew this was it, this was going to be her forever home and she wanted it to be just as she envisioned.
Kelly decided on Knotty White Wood Paneling (SPF) painted in subtle shades of gray and white. The wood paneling was custom milled, primed, painted and delivered to her home in Florida.
We achieved the classic SHIPLAP look by putting a finely beveled edge (Micro V) on the Tongue And Groove (T&G) pattern. This allowed her installer to hide the nails in the tongue for a smoother finish.
Painted Paneling Prices
Tongue & Groove, SHIPLAP interior wood paneling primed OR primed and painted delivered to your door.
WOOD PANELING PRICED BY SQUARE FOOT
Understanding our Prices: We price painted wood paneling by the square foot. Give us a call to speak with one of our wood siding experts about price per square foot. If you know your approximate square footage, our wood siding experts can multiply it by the price per square foot so that you have a better idea of what your painted wood paneling will cost you. Price per square foot changes based on quantity or volume ordered. The finish price may include your painted wood paneling plus one coat factory stained or primed.
We give “ballpark” prices to help you plan your project. Due to global uncertainty we are unable to guarantee those prices because prices may fluctuate. Price is only locked in once you've placed your order.
Please call 877-960-9663 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for updated pricing on all projects. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
The first thing we tell people about is the nailing pattern. You can't hide the nail with shiplap boards. You have to face nail because if you nail into that thinner lap it will break.
With a 1x6" Tongue and Groove pattern you can nail into the tongue at a 45-degree angle. The nail is hidden once the next board is installed.
In Kelly's case she did not want to see the nails BUT she wanted a wider 1x8" board. So we chose a micro-bevel T&G in 1x8" to best suit her needs. The micro-bevel created the shiplap look but allowed her to hide one nail.
But normally 2 nails are recommended for a 1x8" exterior wood siding patterns. This nailing diagram is from a guide to exterior wood siding WWPA Natural Wood Siding Technical Guide.
This means that a 2nd "face" nail would be visible. In Kelly's case she was installing the wood boards as interior paneling so there is less stress on the wood and the nail than in exterior applications. It was decided that instead of a 2nd visible nail, glue would be applied to the backside of the paneling board for additional purchase.
We could not technically recommend this solution because the book does not cover wood paneling but we advised her of the risks and she did it. It looks beautiful and seems to be working!
Factory Primed and Painted Wood Paneling
At the factory level we run your wood paneling through our flood coat machine. We use a bleed inhibiting primer to block the pitch bleed and the primer is applied to the face, back and side edges of all wood planks. Your installer will want to coat the butt/cut ends on the jobsite.
We offer a top coat option as well which allows the homeowner to decide if they want to do a final coat in the field or leave it for a more rustic wood wall paneling look.
Each coat will cover up more of the character of the wood so a 2nd coat is often a jobsite decision. The reason for painting wood paneling at the factory is that you can install and be done or add a final coat for a more uniform look.
Painted paneling can be a tricky proposition in that not all types of pine take paint the same way. One of the biggest problems we see with interior wood paneling being painted is what we call "pitch bleed". If you are going to paint wood paneling on the jobsite you will want to shellac every knot individually to avoid this problem.
Kelly came to us because her installer did not want to tackle priming and painting over 9000 square feet of shiplap paneling. She was going to cover basically every interior wall of her home with painted wood. At that volume it is time to think about factory finish.
She reached out to us because we specialize in factory finished painted wood paneling and painted siding.
Painted Wood Soffit and Porch Paneling
People don't realize that most of the pine species they use as interior wood paneling today comes from younger trees and has a greater sap content. When you put it up on the wall and then paint it, the sap will bleed out through the knots causing an ugly yellow/brown discoloration. There are a lot of knots in certain types of pine so there are a lot of places where this can happen.
When painting wood paneling it is important to understand how the wood will react so you can prepare it correctly.
Painted Paneling Patterns
Click to enlarge patterns for Painted Paneling.
1" - T&G - Flush Joint
1" - T&G - V2E
1" - T&G - V2E & Center V
Painted Paneling Wood Grades
NEAR CLEAR vs MILL SELECT - As with anything there are things you need to know about Painting WOOD paneling.
NEAR CLEAR Wood Paneling
NEAR Clear has very few, very small knots and a median price point for the "Knot so fond". Your appearance priorities will determine your budget for clearer grades.
MILL SELECT Wood Paneling
Our STK Tight Knot Grade - "Mill Select" means the mill has selected the wood to meet the "Tight Knot" grade rule in the books. Technically there is no limit to the number of knots but there is a limit to the size and the type of knot. For paneling we source the higher end of the STK grade spectrum with #2 and better.
The main issue we hear about is knots bleeding a little pitch. We use a bleed inhibiting primer but inevitably there are some knots you will have to touch up on jobsite. This is not really a big deal (soap and water cleanup) but it needs to be mentioned.
Our "Mill Select" is a knotty board for a better price point. There will be wood characteristics and more knots visible through the paint and potentially more knots to touch up.
Our "Near Clear" paneling grade has fewer knots to begin with so a higher end finished look and fewer knots to worry about.
In both grades the bleed blocking primers will take care of most of it but that is why we offer the painted paneling in two grades.
We carry products from suppliers located all across the country so each delivery will be calculated based on location of customer, location of product manufacturer and weight of total shipment. See Areas we ship to and Delivery Information.
International Shipping and Delivery
Buffalo Lumber offers full 20 and 40 foot container quotes internationally. Europe, Asia, Africa - anywhere a container will go we can get it there. We can only quote full 20 and 40 foot containers - smaller shipments would be customer arranged.
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