Wainscoting refers to a decorative wall treatment that covers the lower three or four feet of an interior wall. You can use almost any material to wainscot a wall, including wood, tile, plaster, marble or paint. Early English settlers brought wainscoting to the U.S., probably to recall the history and architectural character of homes they left behind. 

Beadboard is one of the many wood options that you can choose to wainscot your wall. It is a less formal option than raised or flat wood panels, yet still brings a great deal of architectural character to a room.

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Water Damage

Repairing Water Damage Cabinets

If new cabinets aren't primed or sealed between the groove and shaker panel, water can get behind the panels to eventually blow out the finish.