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by Lauren Zerbey (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified May 09, 2011

Anyone who has undertaken a remodel in an old home knows about lath. In the pre-drywall days, lath (small strips of wood) were nailed to studs and used as a substrate of sorts for the plaster finish




 

 

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Anyone who has undertaken a remodel in an old home knows about lath. In the pre-drywall days, lath (small strips of wood) were nailed to studs and used as a substrate of sorts for the plaster finish. Today, most lath is burned or finds its way to the landfill, but now there is a company in Seattle that is repurposing it with some pretty remarkable results.



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