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Warmhearth Makeover: Before and After

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by WarmGuy, Feb 20, 2006.

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  1. WarmGuy

    WarmGuy Feeling the Heat

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    Here are the before and after shots of my makeover of the area around our Regency Warmhearth (from a few years ago).

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  2. triage1998

    triage1998 New Member

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    Thats beautiful.........What type of wood did you put up and what finish?
  3. wg_bent

    wg_bent Minister of Fire

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    Cedar?
  4. Dr Bigwood

    Dr Bigwood New Member

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    Beautiful!!! Nice work! Nice grain patterns in that wood. Curious to know what kind of wood you used???? Yellow Pine?
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    HarryBack New Member

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    Great look! Hmmm....is it cypress, or is it STK knotty cedar?
  6. WarmGuy

    WarmGuy Feeling the Heat

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    Sorry for the late reply!

    It's cedar -- tongue and groove. I coated it with gloss polyurethane -- about 3 coats with steel wool in between. Coated it first (in the garage) andthen put it up.
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