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OSB: Pros, Cons of Using Oriented Strand Board Out in the Open

OSB: Pros, Cons of Using Oriented Strand Board Out in the Open. Debbie and Olivier's Venice, CA home, which we featured in in a tribute to minimalist and thoughtful living. Their modest renovation includes kitchen cabinets made out of OSB.

OSB: Pros, Cons of Using Oriented Strand Board Out in the Open

OSB: Pros, Cons of Using Oriented Strand Board Out in the Open

OSB painted black with white contrast OSB painted high contrast colors Fiat Lux by Label Architecture

Fiat Lux by Label Architecture

oriented strand board stairs by Jarmund/Vigsnaes AS Architects MNAL

Interior Decorating with OSB (oriented strand board)

Garage Corner Shelves. Use scrap plywood or oriented strand board to make shelves that fit snugly between the corner studs and support them with 1x1 cleats. These corner shelves are perfect for storing smaller items such as glues, oils, waxes and polishes, which get lost on larger shelves.

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Use scrap plywood or oriented strand board to make shelves that fit snugly between the corner studs and support them with cleats. These corner shelves are perfect for storing smaller items such as glues, oils, waxes and polishes,

Rim Board    Nordic rim boards are 1-1/8-inch thick oriented strand board (OSB) structural panels, equivalent to APA Performance Rated Rim Board Plus. Rim boards are available in I-joist compatible depths, from 9-1/2 to 24 inches.

Rim Board Nordic rim boards are 1-1/8-inch thick oriented strand board (OSB) structural panels, equivalent to APA Performance Rated Rim Board Plus. Rim boards are available in I-joist compatible depths, from 9-1/2 to 24 inches.

Temporary cinema at the Royal College of Art in London created from faceted planes of oriented strand board.

Shadowboxing exhibition by Slowscape Collective

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