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Any pictures of your paneled tack and feed room walls?

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  • Cedar paneling walls for horse tack

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    06-06-2014, 12:34 PM
  #11
Weanling
I like the way the boards look in your tack room Koolio. Did you seal or stain them at all? They look 'unfinished' as far as having anything applied to them.
I ask, because down here with it being humid so much of the year you'll get mildew or mold fairly quickly if you don't at least seal the wood.

Yeah Smrobs, it's load of fun when you realize your furniture is disintegrating in your hand, LOL. I nearly had a fit...mainly because my computer was still on that desk! XD
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    06-06-2014, 02:34 PM
  #12
Yearling
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Like smrobs, I used OSB. I insulated with fiberglass batts, then paneled the interior with OSB, then used a super thick latex primer and put 3 coats on EVERYTHING. Took awhile and 2 months later the smell is FINALLY gone, but I think it looks nice for OSB.
     
    06-06-2014, 03:11 PM
  #13
Foal
My tack room is going to be 12 x 14 with a 36 inch door on the far right of the 14 foot side and a window on the left, in the middle of the 12 foot wall facing the outside of the barn.
Putting most of my good stuff in there. Hopefully along with a roll top desk and maybe an armoire.
Then what training stuff doesnt go in the cross tie/wash area, I hope to have room to store in my 12 x 14 feed room. (which will have a 5x5 corner cut out of it for a bathroom, with a utility sink and washer and dryer the rest of that 12 foot wall.
The feed room will also have a door to the aisleway along with a door to the outside and a window at the front wall. (tack and feed room are right and left at the front of the barn as you walk in.
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    06-06-2014, 03:12 PM
  #14
Weanling
I certainly wouldn't peg that as OSB from your picture Karliejaye.

It takes a lot of primer and paint to get that smooth look, not to mention the smell, LOL. I like white because it's so bright and open, but then I think of all the dirt...and mud, we have lots of mud here, LOL.

I always wanted to do a fancy smancy tack room with wainscoting, framed pictures, the whole works basically, even though it serves no purpose.
I figure if I'm paying for it why not? Of course, to afford that I'll have to buy a tiny little garden shed and decorate the inside the way I want, but it'll be the prettiest and classiest little garden shed/ tack room you've ever seen...might even hang a chandelier. Who cares if it's only 4 feet by 4 feet, LOL. I'm nuts and I know it. XD
     
    06-06-2014, 03:47 PM
  #15
Yearling
I should take some up-close pictures, cause it sure aint smooth in person! I was going to paint it a beige (dirt colored!) but I gave up and got tired of waiting. It is already a bit dirty.
The plus side of the OSB, or any paneling I guess, is that I can see where the panels are screwed into studs, which makes hanging hooks into studs SO much easier without having to knock on the wall everywhere!
     
    06-06-2014, 04:09 PM
  #16
Showing
Sho, it certainly sounds like you're going to have a very nice setup when it's all done. I hope you'll share some pictures of the finished product .
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    06-06-2014, 08:01 PM
  #17
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Horseychick87    
I like the way the boards look in your tack room Koolio. Did you seal or stain them at all? They look 'unfinished' as far as having anything applied to them.
I ask, because down here with it being humid so much of the year you'll get mildew or mold fairly quickly if you don't at least seal the wood.
We just put up our barn last summer, so no stain inside the tack rom yet. I did stain the outside wall and I have stained my stalls with Thompson's water seal. I plan to stain the rest this summer.
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    06-08-2014, 01:04 AM
  #18
Weanling
Our neighbor built the tack room I have now. I think it's like 6 ish years old. She sold the property and my parents bought it and moved the tack room to out house. I think it's made out of plywood and some type of siding. Ill get pictures of the outside when I get home, out of ten working till Monday, to show you what it looks like, but here is a pic of the inside for now.

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    06-09-2014, 02:04 PM
  #19
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Koolio    
We just put up our barn last summer, so no stain inside the tack rom yet. I did stain the outside wall and I have stained my stalls with Thompson's water seal. I plan to stain the rest this summer.
Nice. Yeah, I always try to do the outside of anything first...learned the hard way to get that done, LOL.
I can never choose between a bright clear stain or something a little warmer in appearance.
     
    06-09-2014, 02:41 PM
  #20
Green Broke
Here is my tack room. It is stained cedar siding, It looks good but it is rough so it is hard to wipe down.

tack rm 1.jpg
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