Trending Now – Natural Wood Ceilings

Looking to add instant warmth and charm to your home’s interior?  Wood ceilings are trending now!  Wood ceilings instantly add warmth and charm that just can’t be duplicated with man-made products.

No matter what architectural style appeals to you, natural wood will instantly warm up modern contemporary or minimalist spaces, add character and interest to commercial buildings, provide texture or cool elegance to one room or the whole house. With so many varieties of wood to choose from, as well as installation options (not to mention finishes!) wood ceilings are here to stay.

In these photos, Knotty Western Red Cedar T&G is used throughout this custom home’s interior, as well as exterior soffits, to create a cohesive space and a smooth transition from inside to out.  Craftsmanship by RGN Construction, photos by Swift Studios.

Knotty Western Red Cedar installed as interior ceiling and exterior soffit

Knotty Western Red Cedar ceiling detail adds warmth to this modern contemporary home

 

In what can be a somewhat “cool” or un-personal space, the knotty Western Red Cedar boards installed on the ceiling of this car dealership, add natural warmth. Photo and craftsmaship by Trico Construction.

Knotty Western Red Cedar installed on the ceiling of this car dealership adds warmth to an otherwise cool space

 

Popular as well, Douglas Fir T&G has different color variations than Cedar and adds a nice rustic touch.  Photo and craftsmanship by Yonkman Construction.

Douglas Fir T&G used as ceiling detail

 

In these photos clear Western Red Cedar T&G with all it’s beautiful color variations add elegance to this recently completed sun room by our customer, Dave. For tips on installing cedar T&G paneling, please visit our blog post on that subject by clicking HERE

Clear Western Red Cedar ceiling detail

With all the natural color variations of Western Red Cedar, when installed on the ceiling brings warmth to any space

 

Due to its lightweight, as well as work-ability, natural wood in either Cedar or Pine is a perfect choice for both ceilings and walls in mobile buildings, such as this tiny home on wheels that was built by Hope Island Cottages.

Due to its lightweight and work ability, Western Red Cedar is an ideal choice for ceilings, as well as walls in tiny mobile buildings

Western Red Cedar is a great choice for high humidity areas, such as bathrooms

With so many beautiful options, we can help you find the one that is just right for you and your unique style.

Before  your next project, be sure to visit us. We provide local delivery, as well as ship nationwide!

360.757.6343

950 B Fountain Street, Burlington WA

www.cclumber.com

 

Western Red Cedar – The Ultimate Choice for Mobile Buildings and Tiny Homes

When researching building material choices for mobile buildings and tiny houses, wood is often chosen because it is light weight, easy to work with, an excellent thermal insulator, and is readily available.

Western Red Cedar siding is the ultimate choice for tiny homes and mobile buildings

With so many wood options available in exterior siding, Western Red Cedar is often chosen due to its low density, durability, natural resistance to decay and rot, as well as its beauty and affordability.   Western Red Cedar also works great for interior paneling, as does Pine or Doug Fir when a lighter color palette is desired.

Wood paneling is an ideal choice for tiny home interiors due to its light weight and workability

It was great fun to supply the building materials for this mobile bike shop in our local area.  Mister Lost’s Mobile Bike Shop brings full service bike repair right to your door in Whatcom, Skagit and San Juan counties.   So cool!

Pine Paneling was used for the interior of the mobile bike ship

 

Western Red Cedar is a great choice for exterior siding on mobile buildings and tiny homes

Before your next project, be sure to visit us!   We Ship Nationwide!

www.CedarCountryLumber.com

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