May 5 2008

Planning the log house interior

wall-siding.jpgAs the outside envelope of the house nears completion we have started to plan the interior in greater detail. The last pallet of materials from North America was full of log “siding” which is strips of Western Red cedar machined to look like the inside log profile so that we can use it as a wall finish on stud walls where we wish to increase the log effect rather than use plasterboard. So we have inspected all the siding and put the perfect siding in one pile, the average in another and the bits with ugly features that will require these lengths to be cut up in another. Then we can use any left overs for window headers.

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