The walls are pine, and it is actually the same product on the exterior installed the other way around.
My daughter thought this look is more refined and finished. She placed her paint chips on the tile floor, and from several samples of white she chose something simple and clean for the walls: SW "Designer White". With all the windows it will keep it cooler in the heat, plus she wanted a year round beach or winter look, which makes her feel cooler temperature wise. Actually, we used the same wood product in my spouse's office a year ago, but stained his with SW Black Fox by giving it one light coat.
What about the ceilings? She chose to leave them natural. Again, it is the same product that is on the shed's exterior and interior but installing the wide side on the ceiling. She loves the look of my spouse's beamed ceiling in his office, but that is original and dark, and she also loves the wood on the ceiling in her Italian Alps inspiration room, so she is really happy with the contrast. It also looks nice with the floors, but they are covered with plastic in this set of photos. It was a lot of tricky cuts for my spouse, because the interior is peaked and actually barn like in regards to the angles.
We really love the look too.
This window is finished being trimmed on the inside, and the windowsill looks really pretty. She loves windowsills, and they don't always have them in Arizona. My daughter placed the star and deer in the window for winter.
In this photo the baseboard is getting paint.
And over here, a couple of shelves are being constructed for books and display. One shelf is going on the long wall, and one is going over the smaller window.
This is birch wood. It is straighter than pine.
Some people like to see the process of a project and some like to see the end. If you missed the series beginning, here are the earlier posts, but we are getting closer to being done.
Thank you for visiting and following along.