Faux wainscoting can add a certain appeal to an area. It can provide the refined yet rustic appeal to a room. It can compensate bright areas and it can link up with others. There are few projects that are better adapted to the changing look of a room than panels. However, lining up a staircase to be challenging.
Faux Brick Wainscoting
Measure the distance from the floor at the foot of the stairs to the roof. If you have a sloping roof that rises to the staircase, it will be much easier to finish the faux wainscoting, but the lack of such ceilings should not be a problem. Measure and cut the first part of the panels to fit this, keeping it 1/8 inch from the floor. Measure where you want the panels to stop and snap a chalk line to make sure you have a straight end.