Have you built a bathhouse? But in doubt about the correct choice of material for decoration? Without a doubt, wood was and remains the best material. Traditional lining has a smooth surface and grooves for joining boards.
When choosing a material, remember that a lining with a low percentage of moisture will last longer, especially when it comes to baths made of rounded logs. Also, there should not be many defects; knots. In the steam room, deciduous species of conifers are used for wall cladding.
These are linden, alder and aspen. Such walls retain heat remarkably, while they themselves do not overheat, and when you touch them, it is impossible to get burned. Keep in mind that lining is not treated with varnish or any other chemicals in the steam room. Here, the walls should be made only of natural materials..
The ceiling in the bath is finished in the same way as the walls with clapboard. But here you need wood with a low resin content, otherwise, when heated, the resin will stand out from the wood and drip on your head. Correctly selected wood is one that has undergone resin distillation and heat treatment.
We also recommend finishing the stove in the bath. It is hygienic, and the appearance of the oven will delight you. You can simply plaster it, cover it with tiles — a popular way of lining the stove because of its attractive appearance. Or use masonry in steel cases.
Wooden floors are great for dressing rooms. In a washing and steam room, a concrete base would be an excellent option. On top we attach separate wood grates, which can be lifted, taken out and dried at any time.
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