Over the weekend we finished the insulation and installed some of the planks on the inside of the sleeping porch.
This is the third type of planks we have used in the house. These are thick, wood planks, and are in the siding section. We used it on the outside and on the outside. The boards we took off were completely rotted.
We used a bead-board sheet. It was tricky cutting a "plank" in half to make them meet.
2nd Kitchen We found individual tongue and groove planks in packages on clearance. Since it was wood planks, the longer they were the more likely they were to have some warp. If there was warp, it was difficult to make them fit.
This is the 3rd type.
These planks are a little thicker than the second, and the product is available at Home Depot or Lowe's purchased by the plank.
It's tricky too.
The nature of real wood is that it is difficult to get a straight plank, which means it is difficult to get planks to fit into the tongue and groove sometimes. It's going slowly. We are going horizontally this time. On the wall that needs shorter boards it is going quicker.
Eventually, we will prime and paint.