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**One little detail that we have learned from installing board & batten is that by rounding off the butted edges, to mimic the look of the factory finished edge, it looks so clean when you are done.    There is also a lot less filling and sanding, and then regretting it when the cracks start to show later on!  The rounded edges gives it a nice look, without having to patch the butted edges w/ wood filler & try to hide the seam. athttp://www.remodelaholic.com/2013/02/kitchen-island-makeover

**One little detail that we have learned from installing board & batten is that by rounding off the butted edges, to mimic the look of the factory finished edge, it looks so clean when you are done. There is also a lot less filling and sanding, and then regretting it when the cracks start to show later on! The rounded edges gives it a nice look, without having to patch the butted edges w/ wood filler & try to hide the seam. athttp://www.remodelaholic.com/2013/02/kitchen-island-makeover

See thie beautiful kitchen island makeover, by adding board and batten, beadboard and paint, you can easily change your kitchen island from drab to fab.

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