Miner's Cottage II

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Feioi added this to 10 Best Materials That Can Substitute Solid Wood26 June 2017

8. Embrace the raw look of OSBSimilar to plywood, oriented strand board (OSB) is another humble construction material that is starting to appear as a finishing surface in modern interiors. Construction is similar to MDF, but rather than fine particles, larger wood pieces are combined with glue and resin then compressed to achieve this rustic-looking board.Fans of bare brick walls, reclaimed wood and exposed piping are bound to get on board with the raw appearance of OSB. It works well on feature walls and ceilings, as in this cottage, as well as carpentry and furniture. It is strong, affordable, sustainable and can be produced in very large sheets ensuring fewer joins when used on a large area.OSB is highly absorbent, so it needs to be treated to avoid swelling when exposed to moisture. It can also be a little tricky to paint, but when used with oil-based products, the result is wonderfully textural and looks stunning contrasted against smooth finishes.

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Weisa G added this to Weisa's Ideas2 June 2022

It's comforting, like coming home

sue5800 added this to Pantry13 March 2022

Nina - This whole project from a local architect I tried to use but relocated to Glos. Loved this refurb, and their work generally. Understated wall lights and nice dark cladding

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