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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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Products: Blanks, S2S, S4S, flooring, mouldings, wainscoting, wall paneling, mouldings, squares, lumber to 16/4
Then he tore up the carpet, put down a laminate wood-look flooring in both rooms, and restored the bead-board wainscoting.
Inside, recycled wood was used for framing, flooring, and wainscoting, although the three-bedroom home is far from rustic.
The kitchen also had dark oak cabinetry and the dining room had dark-stained beadboard wainscoting.
It features a vaulted plaster ceiling underneath a dome and drum, Siena marble pilasters and wainscoting, stained glass windows, and bronze window muntins.
Consider the dado, the wainscoting, accent walls, the frames and surrounds of doors and windows.
Today the original terra-cotta flooring and bas-reliefs are visible, while plaster walls, wood wainscoting, and a fireplace have been replicated.
To Duraframe by Kwalu, we've added Duracase and Duratop, and the Duragroup companies are set to grow with the introduction of handrails and wainscoting in the next few months.
As if to recall the ancient house, this structure is lined with Douglas fir floors and wainscoting in spaces which require special recognition.
Jacqueline Musacchio examines the meaning of a common image on Tuscan marriage chests and wainscoting in the fifteenth century, the rape of the Sabine women.