Are you looking for a new wall skinning look to set your home or office apart from others on Long Island? Head on down to your local Riverhead Building Supply and take a look at the 6″ tongue and groove “Plantation” pattern from WindsorOne. This reversible product can give you a smooth clean look on […]
The team at Martin & Co. do some of the finest work in the upstate NY region specializing in custom kitchen and bath remodels. These before and after photos of a project designed by Jennifer Richards show some great work using WindsorOne boards and Classic American Moldings. All of the material was purchased through Rochester […]
Check out Jason Womack of Ganahl Lumber as he tests his antiquated quarter skills on the WORS (WindsorONE Reversible shiplap) that gives you and your customers a choice of a smooth or rough finish for your wall, ceiling or starter board treatments. You know, Crate and Barrel aren’t the only ones who should enjoy such […]
Are you looking for a framing solution? The WindsorONE wainscot caps have a full 3/4″ gap which is great for capping wainscot but also for framing your art. Many canvases are stretched over 3/4″ frames, making it a perfect fit. (This canvas was a jpg printed on a canvas ordered through an online printer.) WindsorONE […]
A side by side photo comparison of WindsorONE tongue & groove wainscoting vs. imitation 4×8 mdf panels, some items of note: WindsorONE Wainscoting – Depth with crisp straight lines & shadows – Comes in 16′ lengths – Real wood substrate, no odors or harmful offgassing – Tongue & groove construction; built to last
Are you thinking about enhancing the ceilings on your next project? Adding wainscoting to complete a room? Need some mantel ideas? Check out the WindsorONE Idea Gallery – a growing collection of images from the WindsorONE archive, and jobsite photos that talented craftsman from around the country have sent in of their WindsorONE projects. (You […]
Underneath the muddy shirts, the WindsorONE and “Got Wood” are still proudly displayed. Product Specialist Steve “Gerber” and two of his other Wood Products classmates were sporting the shirts while completing “probably the toughest event on the planet” near Pittsburgh, PA. Special thanks to Kurt for providing the shirts!