Using Beadboards to Spruce Up an Old Bathroom

Posted on September 5, 2019

If you go to a bathroom showroom with a decent array of display areas, then you might be able to see beadboard elements incorporated to bathroom walls. This material is a good option for anyone who wants to make a dramatic change to the way their bathroom looks without changing their fixtures, sinks, and vanities. In addition to this, beadboards are a lot cheaper compared to using tiles. If you are unsure what beadboards are, they are essential planks that are installed on your wall side by side in a vertical orientation. These planks are called beadboards because of the beads that can be found between each plank. These beads are small indentations that add texture and depth to your walls.

Beadboards are often used in cabinets, ceilings and walls. This is because they are easy to install and relatively easy to maintain. In addition to this, they can also last for a lifetime if you take good care of them. Some people think that beadboards can only be used for more traditional looking bathrooms. However, you can paint them with modern colors to match a modern bathroom. If you can find a bathroom showroom that has a number of display bathrooms that use beadboards, then you will have an idea of how you can use them in your own bathroom.

While beadboards are often used to cover entire walls, you can easily add more texture to your bathroom placing them on certain parts on your wall. If you choose to cover a third of the height of your wall with beadboard, then this can be considered as wainscoting. To add even more texture, you can also use baseboards and chair rails during the installation. To find more options on how to spruce up your old bathroom, visit a reputable bathroom showroom today.

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