I'm taking a breather around putting up the panelling in the back sunroom.
Small woodworker tip might come in handy for others? There's an octagonal
window (non-opening) from the 3rd bedroom into the sunroom. 2 ways to
1- remove exteror frame after using masking tape to mark the pieces so you
can put them back up in order. Inner parts got a-b-c etc, outer got 1-2-3
etc. Arrange the panelling of that section so one of the cuts is center of
the window (easier than cutting a hole in the center of a piece of thin
2- more of a hack job but sometimes you cant remove the frame without
damage. Dont remove frame, add small 'ceiling rail' pieces mitered neatly
to extend the frame over the edges of the paneling (hides where they fit
against the wood).