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Reclaimed wood boarder

  • June 22, 2016


I got a house that was in bad shape the people that we're living in it did not take care of it. Their was holes in the walls and the carpet was a wreck. So I ripped the carpet out. Put down a nice floor, and put up a reclaim wood boarder then stands it to match the floor. I used all reclaim wood even for the trim work. I used my ryodi table saw to make the trim. A couple of rip cuts on some old 2x4 and putting everything together made the room look new.

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  • Wow! It's hard to believe this is the same room! You did a fantastic job- and what great use of reclaimed wood.
    By RYOBI Nation, on June 24, 2016
    • Thank you. Yes it took a lot of time, but it really looks great.
      By schmidtbuilt1982, on June 24, 2016

  • The time and hard work paid off, for sure. Great project!
    By RYOBI Nation, on June 27, 2016

  • I really love that. that is a great idea. with the new floor and the half wall it looks super nice. looking at you work really makes me want to do some remodeling to my home. I do not have all the tools you have. can i use just a hand saw to make all the cuts?
    By deer run, on September 14, 2016

  • I need to follow you. Do you have a Facebook, or a YouTube channel? On your next project you should really show all the middle work. I also see you have reclaim wood. What dose that ? Like pallet wood? I see a lot of people do some really different things with it. Some good some not so good. This however I like. I am with deer run on this one I think I will try this.
    By kikesmith, on September 15, 2016

  • I have a face book. Trey Schmidt I am normal the first one that comes up. I don't have any wood working on their. It is some pallet wood. I like to mix some of that in. I think the nails, and other flaws give it a cool look. Thank you to all the votes and comments.
    By schmidtbuilt1982, on September 15, 2016

  • Looks awesome! I like the choice of stain you used. I would like to see more from you
    By Mials101, on September 17, 2016


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Reclaimed wood boarder

by schmidtbuilt1982
Jun 22, 2016

I got a house that was in bad shape the people that we're living in it did not take care of it. Their was holes in the walls and the carpet was a wreck. So I ripped the carpet out. Put down a nice floor, and put up a reclaim wood boarder then stands it to match the floor. I used all reclaim wood even for the trim work. I used my ryodi table saw to make the trim. A couple of rip cuts on some old 2x4 and putting everything together made the room look new.