Wainscot


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wainscot

[′wānz·kət]
(building construction)
A decorative or protective panel installed over the lower portion of an interior partition or wall.

Wainscot

A protective or decorative facing applied to the lower portion of an interior partition or wall, such as wood paneling or other facing material.

wainscot

A decorative or protective facing, such as wood paneling, that is applied to the lower portion of an interior partition or wall. Also see falling wainscot.
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Wainscot is a family-owned trade and consumer media company with a similar profile to Business Journals Inc.
Although wainscot fantasies are ostensibly set within Primary Reality, they focus on fantastic "invisible or undetected societies living in the interstices of the dominant world" (Clute and Grant 991).
A survey by the Industry Nature Conservation Association (INCA), based at the Wilton International Site near Redcar, shows that the Blomer's Rivulet, Garden Tiger and Southern and Silky Wainscots are among the rare species of moth to be found on Teesside.
The contractor worked closely with Steininger to arrive at a design utilizing an admirable mix of brick masonry, EIFS, and rock accents to establish the architectural character of the strip's facade Butler building systems applied to the project included the MR-24 standing seam metal roof system, a Butler pre-engineered structural system, and metal wall panels across the back of the center above an abuse-resistant wainscot.
interiors to have new plumbing fixtures, toilet partitions, toilet accessories, hardi panel siding, and frp wainscot.
Raised walnut paneling and wainscot, and large curved walnut veneered rostrums were specified for the standing and subcommittee rooms, with a hand-carved solid walnut American eagle in the center of each rostrum.
Linda Wainscot, director of education in the Church of England's Coventry Diocese said: "Our church schools are here to serve the communities in which they are privileged to be.
The project design proposes a Mediterranean architecture with tile roofs, exterior stucco and wainscot veneers, tower elements, cornice treatments and awnings.
A classic beaded wainscot is easy to build and can add depth, visual interest, and durability to walls in homes of various styles.
You didn't want to end up with a tower that looks like it has a funny wainscot of brick," says Rhodes.
Deep red walls are set off by elaborate gold molding above and blue-green wainscot below, and large, two-sided velvet benches bisect the room.
But we think the coolest element in this man cave is the galvanized steel wainscot.