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Last Monday, relating to my on-going project of the week, I revealed one of my favorite design success stories, covering structural plywood trusses with reclaimed barn wood in order to make a structure (that is actually an Amish Shed) — look like it was actually made with structural reclaimed wood beams.

My expert carpenter (aka a true craftsman and artist), Scott Yoder of Yoder Precision Carpentry in Freehold, NY has masterfully executed the build out.

Below is a special How-to-video .. on how he did it!!

 

For more inspiration, take a look at the Before and After photos below!

Interior Design by Cathy Hobbs Design RecipesBEFORE

IMG_1025SCOTT YODER OF YODER PRECISION CARPENTRY HARD AT WORK!

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IMG_1027SCOTT SANDING OFF THE ORIGINAL COATING ON THE RECLAIMED WOOD

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IMG_1002THIS IS STARTING TO LOOK LIKE SOMETHING!

IMG_1045THE BEAMS, SANDED AND GORGEOUS WITH A COAT OF SATIN POLY!

IMG_1021I COULD NOT BE MORE PLEASED!

IMG_1032CAN YOU TELL THESE STUDIO WASN’T BUILT WITH THESE WOOD BEAMS?

IMG_1054UP CLOSE .. AND FABULOUS!

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