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Cabin osb coverings

deerdown

Active Member
Just wondering what others have done to cover their cabin with osb interior. My wife wants to paint, I am trying to think of alternatives. We painted the bathroom, while it looks better than unpainted, it still doesn't trip my trigger.
What have you done? Pics please.
 
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Daver

PMA Member
I have barn board up on several walls in my cabin that I preserved from some old barns I once had on my property. Interior walls that are not barn board are regular drywall. Exterior walls are OSB, which I have painted and am fine with that.
 

deerdown

Active Member
I like the tongue and groove, didn't think of anything like that. Nice. Sheet metal is something I heard of but not sure I could get it past the inspector...
Every cabin has a first aid kit I'd hope...
 
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Hardwood11

It is going to be a good fall!
Knotty pine, rough cut wood like aspen or oak...bin metal all good options. I am doing a bathroom in MN with rough cut oak from Iowa, and corrugated steel/ribbed steel. Rephrase that (I am having someone do the bathroom for me) I don't have those skills!
 

tracker

Life Member
Since you've already covered he wall wth osb you can use recycled pallets. Tear the apart and piece in
 

tracker

Life Member
put tarpaper or paint wall black first so you don't see anything behind it if it has bigger gaps where boards go across.
 

Hardwood11

It is going to be a good fall!
Knotty pine, rough cut wood like aspen or oak...bin metal all good options. I am doing a bathroom in MN with rough cut oak from Iowa, and corrugated steel/ribbed steel. Rephrase that (I am having someone do the bathroom for me) I don't have those skills!

Ribbed steel.jpgVery EZ, inexpensive...this is a bathroom off man cave, but I can see it used with barn wood, knotty pine etc...
 

Hardwood11

It is going to be a good fall!
that steel is ugly as hell in a house..I can't even fathom someone doing that?
It’s not a house . It’s a bathroom in a man cave /pole shed ... but thanks for your NW MN HGTV opinion. I know that area is know for its high end housing/creative decor.
 
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Hardwood11

It is going to be a good fall!
Let me guess you don’t like this either ?
 

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Hardwood11

It is going to be a good fall!
I have an office with back storage area/ pole shed type slowly making into a man cave ....
The bar pic is not mine. But a local guy in my home town. I’m gonna copy that a bit ...
 
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