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Old 12-27-2017, 09:50 AM   #21
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I don't think teak boards have been mentioned.

It's easy to do and it can be done in the winter if you have a place to cut and sand the boards or strips.

On our boat the boards are screwed to the ply of the house. Below the windows and above the setee cushions we have the teak boards. And in the winter they can be easily oiled before installation.

We have wallpaper around the windows. Wish it was just plywood. I'm in the wall paper doesn't belong in a boat camp but it's too much trouble to change. Rather just use the boat and we're having trouble doing that now.

One could use Douglas Fir or cedar and paint it white. Teak interiors are quite dark and white is great inside.

By the way that's Chris making a pine needle basket. She learned that from a friend in Alaska.
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Old 12-27-2017, 10:29 AM   #22
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Very neatly done, McG! I don't understand what Cheoy Lee was doing with that inner Teak frame. I probably would have compromised differently: new countertop, new port surround, but put it back.

NW, the board facings is good old nautical stuff. Looks good, easier to work through if there's a problem to solve behind. Seen on all sorts of boats, from yachts, to fishing schooners, to Herreshoff. Often spaced for ventilation behind on wood boats. Easy to do, too; the boards are often shiplapped, I presume so that the gaps are concealed and access behind can be had without removing the whole array from one edge.
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Old 12-27-2017, 12:32 PM   #23
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Very nice indeed!

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This is the other side. Strangely, I didn’t take a good picture of the finish on that side. It is now my library bookshelf.

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Here is a renovation of damaged teak surrounding port lights using Home Depot smooth faced high impact plastic sheets. If I recall they are about $20 for a 4’ x 8’ sheet. I used the thicker marled sheet for bathrooms. Very happy with result and very easy maintenance.
That looks great! It really brightens the room and has a clean look. Well done!!
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