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Certain types of wood paneling have gone the way of the dodo, like the whole-room, knotty pine look reminiscent of your grandparent’s outdated den. These rooms aren’t even cool enough to regain retro status.

Then there are paneling styles that have truly stood the test of time, like raised panels and wainscoting that bring to mind classical architecture. Tongue and groove paneling falls into this latter category, providing a means of adding charm, sophistication, and visual interest to your home interior, rather than making it look like a kitschy throwback to some bygone era that belongs in a box of yellowing photographs.

How does it compare to other types of paneling? The particular appeal of tongue and groove paneling lies in the texture and depth created by grooves between boards. Although it is somewhat similar to styles like beadboard, you can create a richer and more rustic facade with these interlocking slats.

If knotty pine just happens to catch your eye, you can even bring the familiar feel of grandma and grandpa’s basement into the modern era by paneling just a portion of your wall (say, below the chair rail) with your wood grain of choice. However, Lone Star can also help you to select from a wide variety of panels to suit the tastes of any homeowner interested in spicing up a dull interior with tongue and groove paneling.

Lone Star Custom Trim was established with the building industry and home builders in mind. With an industry that varies so widely between exceptional and substandard carpenters, we have handpicked the most outstanding carpenters in North Texas.

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4906 Dillehay Dr. Suite 600Allen, TX 75002
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