Wainscoting lowes-Tongue and groove wall panels, at the height of 2 to 3 feet called wainscoting. When used in the bath for protection against moisture, wainscoting lowes adds the charm to today’s bathroom and offers an affordable way to hide unsightly tile, damp stains and wall damage. Before remodeling your bathroom with wainscoting, decide if you want to use traditional wood wainscoting, or modern breadboard made of medium or high density fiberboard.
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Turn off the water supply to the sink and toilet, and move them away from the wall. Take vanities, cabinets, towel rails and outlet covers. Measure the width of your walls to determine the amount of the wainscoting lowes and breadboard are required for your bathroom remodel. Cut the plywood to the height of each tile you want to cover with wainscoting. Drill through the mill and attach plywood to the wall with screws.
Draw a horizontal line on the wall at 36 to 48 inches above the bottom plate. Use a laser guide to keep the line straight. Cut the breadboard wainscoting lowes or height drawn on the wall. Carefully remove the existing baseboard and set aside. Rest the first part of the wainscoting and breadboard in a bathroom corner; keep it flush with the side wall and the floor.
Attach to the wall with the nail gun on the top and bottom. Continue around the room. Attach the chair rail molding over top of wainscoting or breadboard using the nail gun. Apply the baseboard over the bottom. Paint or color wainscoting lowes and breadboard to match your bathroom décor.