Beginning in the thirteenth century, the Dutch used wainscoting panels as protection for plaster walls against damage caused by chairs, boots and spurs other risks. Currently they are used to give a more interesting visual the bedrooms, dining room bathrooms, corridors and lobbies.
Instead of paste or nail the panels to the walls, try painting vertical stripes. Choose colors that are only a few different tones and switch them. For greater visual appeal, make a strip twice as big as the previous one. Wainscoting panels are generally more expensive than flat panels of solid wood. Use a plywood panel or other solid wood or just paint it. Stick it and nail it to the wall with wooden lines running vertically, to help hide the joints between each board.
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The panel frame can be used to create a fake three-dimensional effect on the wainscoting and to create simple rectangular frames or elaborate designs. Create a visual wainscoting panels customized by using far less baseboard molding. Glue and nail the wall to the bottom frame in vertical and horizontal strips. Let small wall exposed areas. Paint entire area of the same color or paint the wall in a darker tone to add an effect.