The interior has wooden tongue-in-groove floors. Net House: The net house was constructed in 1895. It is a single-story building, built as a combination of saddle-notched, horizontal log construction on one half and a frame structure with a shed roof with horizontal planks on the other. The exterior is sheathed with tarpaper, and there is a .
Its 'ornate entrance on the first floor with flush tongue and groove siding, and multi-paned trabeated doorway, along with the second floor entrance with fluted pilasters, are among the most decorative found in Lumpkin.' It was one of four identical houses built within a 4 miles 6.4 km radius; this is the only one surviving.
Log siding, V-groove Tongue and Groove paneling, Tongue and Groove decking, custom timbers and trim are all items that can be produced by KSM. Please call 7 7-
Our solid wood log siding will give your home that log home look without the cost of real logs. It is quick and easy to install and may be applied to any home or
We think tongue and groove looks best when it comes to log siding for a home, cabin, tiny cabin or even a man cave. I love this room; I sit in it every night. It& 39;s where
Characteristic elements of Prairie Style are the low-pitched hip roofs with wide eaves, the raised central mass, bands of casement windows, and horizontal siding. One-story porches extend from each end parallel to the lake, like wings of the house. The windows contain leaded colored glass, in a decorative pattern that repeats. The house is clad in horizontal tongue-and-groove wood siding .
Several alterations were made in the 1830s when a beaded tongue and groove ceiling was added, along with board and batten fenestration, and in 1850, when it was added the actual pitched roof and siding. First owner of land where the house is standing was Francois Frederic, who sold it to the free Creole of Color Augustin Metoyer in 1827. In .
Milled log houses are constructed with a tongue-and-groove system which helps align one log to another and creates a system to seal out the elements. With the tight-pinned butt and pass method, the logs are not notched or milled in any way. They are in a single course and do not overlap; vertical pairs of logs are fastened with tight, load .
A pilothouse with a rounded from was added, as is typical in Chesapeake Bay buy-boats. Three windows occupy the front, with one window and a door on each side. The pilothouse is covered with vertical tongue and groove cypress siding. Two bunks are on the port side aft, along with an enclosed head aft. A floor hatch gives access to the engine .
Clover Hill is a decaying 18th-century plantation house near Culpeper in Culpeper County, Virginia. Clover Hill is best known for serving as the headquarters for Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer during the American Civil War.
Log Cabin Siding is the perfect fit for your cabin or country home. This attractive siding features Primed 4 OC V-Groove Plywood Siding Panel. $38.74. $27.98.
Tongue and Groove Log Siding Siding Face Siding Profile Available Sizes 2" x 6" 2" x 8" Available Lengths 8& 39; 0& 39; 2& 39; 4& 39; 6& 39; *Available in Southern Yellow Pine
Log cabins reached their peak of complexity and elaboration with the Adirondack-style cabins of the mid-19th century. This style was the inspiration for many United States Park Service lodges built at the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century. Log cabin building never died out or fell out of favor. It was surpassed by the .
The church is a one-story frame structure with vertical tongue and groove siding below the window sills and horizontal clapboard siding above. The roof sections are gabled, all windows have pointed arches. The church design was influenced by the Church of St. James the Less in Philadelphia 1846 .
The contributing buildings of the property are good examples of the Mid-Century Modern style and are characteristized by low-pitched gabled roofs, tripartite windows with casement sashes, picture windows, cedar tongue-and-groove siding, and wide overhanging boxed eaves.
Sale Call To ORDER 5" Peeled Log Siding Ship lapped x 6 Tongue and Grove Ceiling and Walls 5”x 6-9” Rustic Peeled/Peeled Tongue and groove wall logs,
Log siding used on the inside of your home adds a nice quality to the interior wall finish in addition to drywall and tongue and groove paneling, which we also
Also referred to as Quarter Log Siding, our solid wood 2x8 "D" Log Siding can be applied on any conventional frame construction while still achieving the rustic
This attractive siding features the look of oval logs with a tongue-and-groove edge. Log-to-Log Cabin Siding allows you to integrate the rustic charm of a log
For more structural construction, grooves are created along the sides and/or ends of panels, such as in tongue and groove construction. Applications include roofing, siding and flooring. Applications include roofing, siding and flooring.