Arlington Arts & Crafts | Shiplap for a Ship Shape House
0n this episode of This Old House Everyone is covering their walls with shiplap. Homeowners Emily and Nick love it too and want to finish their third floor with it. Kevin finds Tommy installing shiplap in Nick's office. Outside, the landscape plan calls for a walkway from the front porch stairs down to the street. It will consist of brick pavers and granite steps. Kevin helps Roger's crew lay the second set of steps, using reclaimed granite from a New England bridge site.
This Old House TV Season 38
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