Published at Friday, November 30th 2018. by Bernadine Barber in Ceiling.
The ceiling, we're recycling, some pallet wood and throwing it up the community ceiling joists, and so here it is we'll show you a little detail and I get into it. A little bit how we're doing it all right, so I got some pallets and took them home took them all apart and I've got all my rough pieces and then we use the table saw to cut the little dado groove in it, so they notch together. Real nice, we kind of rough cut them to length, and then we actually cut each piece as we were installing it. So I was kind of yelling down numbers to Dave. He was cutting it had my electrician, come and rewire the lights put in some like utility, barn type lights and here's a couple kind of finished shots. We painted the beams first so as we installed it and to go back later in paint you one of the things that it's cool about doing this data opposite each other or whatever you want to call.
It is that I can artistically pick from one side of the other and then just flip it around there's not really a front or a back. That has to be so like this one has some saw cuts and when we removed it from the palette. So I'm going to put that side up by doing the little undercut, they're able to get a nice tight edge and if they do shrink we're not going to see any wiring or any the old subfloor through the cracks. So it'll be nice and nice and tight. All right, so we got the second row down we're going to work on this row now and we'll go into a little more detail on the little tongue and groove action and how that goes together. And it actually makes the assembly of a little nicer too, because it holds it up there, while you're getting ready to nail it in so you're, probably asking yourself cuz. I know I have. Why didn't we do this ceiling before we put these cabinets in? Because this sure would have made it a lot easier, but a type of the matter is a couple days ago there was drywall on here, and the lights were already in different lights and kind of last minute.
I changed my mind, decided to rip out the old drywall ceiling and expose these floor joists and which were fairly new wood compared to the side pieces that were recycled. I guess if they when they built this place, and so we decided to paint these into the pallet wood up here. To give some nice contrast between the two and I wanted to be pallet wood somewhere in here, and I hadn't really where I was going to do it. So this kind of being the spot - and this is like my third pilot - would project and really lucky when he comes out, but that's why we didn't have this done behind here and my cabinet guy was already here said. I want to take these back down so we're working through it. It's kind of a little reach up in there, but we've got a few more to go. We'll get that row done boom. Well, this is a lot of work, but I think it looks pretty cool. Please do not take any advice for me. I do not know what I'm doing peace
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