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Rebecca Gross added this to Why Use Wooden Battens in Your Home5 Oct 2017

Spacing is the distance between each individual batten, and will not only affect the aesthetics but any ancillary function.A minimum space of five or seven millimetres between battens is often required to help maintain privacy, improve acoustics and control sunlight. As the distance between battens increases, these abilities are reduced somewhat. However, visibility – being able to see through the series of battens – is improved, as can be seen in this home.Take a tour of this timber-clad, mid-century, modern home

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to 9 Ways to Bring in Wooden Battens, Strips and Slats24 Apr 2017

5. Create a stair railing Make a style statement by replacing the traditional railings in the staircase with vertical strips of wood. Take a look at this staircase; the wooden battens form an attractive design feature that is carried further on from the stairs to the ceiling panel to the partition in the living room.

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Renae Slatyer added this to Home19 Oct 2019

Timber floor colour. Feature staircase.

Clare Heffernan Architecture & Design Ltd. added this to Open Riser Stairs2 Apr 2019

Preferred option - timber feature wall

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