Good morning readers! This Friday morning we’ll speak about picture frame wainscoting. Frame wainscoting is a popular look in home. It is cheap, easy to install and is available in white, natural or stained any home and local garden center. Frame wainscoting can give a room a classic colonial atmosphere, or you can add punch or character when different materials are used. While the paint used in the upper portion of the wall meets the bottom panels, there are no rules.
Picture Frame Wainscoting Dining Room
Picture frame wainscoting works wonders for your dining room or in the living room walls. You can attach beadboard sheets below the chair rail around the perimeter of any space for added design interest, but beadboard is associated more with shabby chic, country and country-style decor. You can paint beadboard to suit your room without diminishing their charm, but simple design.
Installing Picture Frame Wainscoting
Dress up the bathroom walls civilian by installing tongue and groove paneling and picture frame wainscoting. You can also install beadboard along the upper wall of the tub. Chair rail molding and baseboards add a finishing touch. First boards, putty between joints and bright paint to protect against mold in an environment of high humidity enamel.