Tongue & Groove Work

Today we are showing off a little bit of work that we did a few years back for Granny Salmon, Russ’ MIL and Max’s grandmother. They were able to use tongue and groove throughout most of the house and it gives such a fun rustic look to a regular home.

The Master Bedroom


The ceiling was stained a natural color while the walls are a country green. The red bath tub makes it a little more old-fashioned with the style but a little more modern with the fun color.


This is a side view of the closets. The doors are made of alder and were stained the same natural color.


The other half of the master bedroom. The windows are all trimmed out in the same alder to match.


Here is the great/family room. The walls are lined to look like a log cabin and the ceiling continues with the theme from the Master Bedroom.


Here is a different view with the large windows that face the street.


The tongue and groove work at the back of the great room.

We hope this gives you some ideas of something that can be done in your own home!

What is your favorite part of this look?

5 Responses to “Tongue & Groove Work”
  1. Abby says:

    This is lovely! It fees quite homey and your fireplace is beautiful!

  2. Angel says:

    Absolutely Beautiful. Thanks for sharing at our Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop.

  3. That first photo (which I am in awe of, a bathroom in the master bedroom? That is cool) almost looks like an illusion, the ceiling looks like a floor. Beautiful house, love what you’ve done with the tongue and groove. My bedroom growing up was tongue and groove in pine, painted in a very similar shade to that bedroom! 🙂

    • rmmills18 says:

      It does look like an illusion, doesn’t it? Yes, the the first picture is just across from the bed and off to the left is a closet where the toilet sits. Thanks so much for your comment!

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