Wainscoting in Kids' Rooms

Wainscoting in Kids' Rooms

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Beth Callaghan
Nov 5, 2012
Have you ever thought of adding wainscoting to a kid's room or nursery? These boards can add texture and dimension to a room while blending nicely with your color scheme or decor. We found some traditional and some unique takes on wainscoting in kids' rooms. Check them out! 1. This Old House: Double-height flat panel wainscoting creates a more traditional look in an older child's room. 2. Aiden's "Modern Preppy" Nursery: We love the way the wainscoting merges into the built-in shelves, making one continuous piece around the room. 3. Funk Design Studio:Traditional bead board painted to match your color scheme can make a boy's room look rustic. 4. Tatertots and Jello: Using sheet metal makes an unusual wainscoting that can also be used as a magnet board. 5. The Painted Home: Instead of installing wall panels, using a contrasting paint color with a few planks creates the look of wainscoting. Have you used wainscoting in your child's room? MORE WAINSCOTING ON APARTMENT THERAPY:Design Definitions: What's the Difference Between Wainscoting and Beadboard?Before & After: DIY Wainscoting Transforms a RoomFabric As Wainscoting (Images: as linked above)
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