Beadboard is a milled panel with routed parallel grooves. Historically, beadboard was assembled with tongue and groove planks, but for quicker setup and cost effectiveness, it’s now available in large wood sheets or cellular PVC. It has a charming appearance reminiscent of farmhouses and cottages. It’s used on walls for wainscoting and for cabinets, cabinets and furniture.
Beadboard wainscoting is utilized with this wall, and there’s a tongue and groove ceiling.
Tara Seawright Interior Design
Beadboard may be used vertically, all the way up the wall.
Hermitage Kitchen Design Gallery
A kitchen island with beadboard is enchanting indeed.
Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
Beadboard can be implemented horizontally too, for a contemporary look.
Many appealing porch ceilings are coated with beadboard.
Murphy & Co.. Layout
Here is a good example of a vaulted wood frame ceiling with beadboard.
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