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J-shaped guides replace the usual recessed floor track
Dozens of styles, hundreds of finishes, and custom sizes are available
My New Year’s resolution for 2014 — besides writing a blog entry every week — is to finish the studio/gallery in my barn in time for Spring.
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The surface of the 12mm-thick laminate is embossed with the grain and texture of reclaimed wood to create an authentic look in a laminate product.
Steel comes in handy to stiffen a newel post
Minimize demolition by patching cracks, resurfacing with fabric, or adding a layer of drywall
Embassy Ceilings look nicer than conventional suspended ceilings and eat up less headroom
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