I am wanting to do a small accent wall with tongue and groove 4 or 6 inch
wide vertical boards but cannot locate any kind of wood like that. Long ago
it was popular in knotty pine and I have seen it in offices in which walnut
and other woods were used. I assume that it was not purchased as raw lumber
and surfaced and routed or run through a shaper by the finish carpenters.
The BORG stores don't carry anything close to that. Any suggestions as to
sources of tongue and groove wallboard??
Try T & G wood flooring and install it on your wall. Home Depot and Lowes carry it in
stock of differing woods. Go look. They are all thin, but will serve your purpose I
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