Installed to dado height, tongue and groove panelling adds a touch of simple, country charm to any room. We offer a service where by bespoke panelling can be designed to your specification in any of the styles here as well as a Georgian style based upon wall panelling in a National Trust property in Spitalfields. These reproduction waxed mahogany linenfold panels in Myland antique brown finish with moulded egg and dart  top rail and skirting, are available at either 6', 4' or 3' high and can be ordered in quantity to form a stunning run of panelling, please allow a 12 week lead-time. We’re constantly updating our product ranges so why not be one of the first to hear about the latest products, services and special offers from Andy Thornton. Your visit to this site and the use of the information hereon is subject to the terms of our legal statement.
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Recalling the nostalgia of days gone by, tongue and groove remains a popular choice of wall panelling for adding character to a space and is quick and easy to install.
Suitable for most types of soft and hardwood to give a decorative wood finish which is tough, durable, flexible and water resistant in all types of situations.
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I cut some thin strips, but I am afraid they won’t be flexible enough to bend over the curve at the top. Since its solid wood, the edges probably look fine and I doubt anyone will ever notice the joinery. Many even contain a heat activated glue so all you have to do is put it on the edge, run an iron over it, and use a roller to push it into the grain. But that technique is usually reserved for plywood, since we don’t want to see the ugly edges.
You might think this idea is crap so feel free to discard it, but this is something you should try to do whenever you confront a problem.


Always try to think of a way to add something to your design, rather than just fix the error. It could look like an intentional design choice instead of something that disguises a joint. You could cut the strip with a bevel on it or even some kind of profile to make it really pop. Obviously this may or may not work depending on the look you are going for, but its one possible solution.Now we should probably also discuss how to prevent this in the future. So instead of running that dado all the way through to the end of the case side, you can stop it about an inch back. This would give you the strength of the dado with the appearance of a simple butt joint at the front of the case.***So how would you guys deal with a problem like this?
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