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Wainscoting Ideas to Add a Touch of Class to Your Bathroom

Wainscoting Ideas to Add a Touch of Class to Your Bathroom
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Wainscoting is decorative paneling that can be used on walls or ceilings. It comes in various styles and colors so that you can find the perfect look for your bathroom. If you’re just getting started with bathroom remodeling projects, a little help with wainscoting could go a long way. Here are some of the main ideas you should consider.

Match It With Bathroom Cabinetry

One of the easiest ways to add wainscoting to your bathroom is to match it with your existing bathroom cabinetry. This will create a cohesive look and make the project much simpler. You can find wainscoting that fits nearly any color or style from leading suppliers like Doors Plus.

Update Your Existing Wainscoting

If your bathroom already has wainscoting, you may be able to update it without too much effort. There are many different types of wainscoting available, so you can find one that will fit with the style of your bathroom. You may also add some new trim or decorative elements to make the old wainscoting look new again.

Match With the Existing Floor Tile

If you have tiled floors in your bathroom, it can be a good idea to choose a wainscoting style that will match the tiles. This will help to create a cohesive look in the room. You can find many different types of tile-matching wainscoting, or you may be able to order a custom design that will perfectly match your tiles.

Wainscoting Ideas to Add a Touch of Class to Your Bathroom
Modern Bathroom by Paul Vetrov

Add a Touch of Color

If you want to add a touch of color to your bathroom, you can choose a wainscoting style that will complement the colors in the room. This can be a great way to brighten up the space and feel more cheerful. There are various options in the market to choose from, so you can find the perfect color to match your bathroom.

Accentuate the Mood With Dark Wainscoting

If you want to create a more dramatic look in your bathroom, consider dark wainscoting. This can be a great way to add interest and depth to the room. It will also help accentuate any other features in the space you may want to showcase. If yours is a spacious modern bathroom, you could use these dark wainscoting in the brighter areas of the bathroom. You could also use them in the darker areas to create a more dramatic look and feel for your space.

Cover Up Existing Tiles With Wainscoting

You can easily and cheaply cover up old vinyl or tiles on the wall rather than removing everything and starting from scratch. All you need is a panel of wainscoting and some liquid nails or adhesive to keep it in place.

Whether or not you are remodeling, adding wainscoting can be a great way to add character and warmth to your home. With so many different types available today, it is easy to find something that will suit your home. Wainscoting is also a great way to add some texture and color to the room, so you can create an atmosphere that is pleasing to the eye.

Wainscoting Ideas to Add a Touch of Class to Your Bathroom
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