The Home Ownership Thread

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by Douglas, Jan 31, 2012.

  1. brokencycle

    brokencycle Senior member

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    Anyone have any experience with any products from Plyboo, Resawn Timber Co, or Wonderwall Studios? Our second floor is going to have angled ceilings, and we're thinking about making those wood. If anyone has used it or at least seriously considered it, did you get pricing? It seems that just like stone, the pricing isn't easily found.

    http://www.plyboo.com/featured-product?panel=linear-line-panel-style-ll1
    https://wonderwallstudios.com/collection/
    http://resawntimberco.com/interior-wall-and-ceiling-cladding/
     


  2. Gibonius

    Gibonius Senior member

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    Plyboo will send you a pretty sweet (free) sample book if you request one. Full page sample cutouts of all their products.

    I was looking into their stuff for a few projects, although I never got to the point of asking about pricing. They certainly look nice, at least on the small scale.
     


  3. brokencycle

    brokencycle Senior member

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    I went to a local distributor of their products and the others I listed. They have some flooring pricing on their website, so I would imagine wall products would be less (though I'm sure the reveal collections are more). Our master bedroom angled ceiling runs the long side of the room, so my only concern about the reveal collection is it being too busy or overpowering.

    They had another cool company called Barkhouse which sells various bark wall treatments, but I think it is a very specific taste which would hurt resale, and I'm not sure it would go with our house anyway (but the birch products in particular looked cool).

    I really hate this process of obscuring prices from consumers. It makes the decision making process difficult and inefficient.
     


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