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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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.
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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: FSC certified, S4S, R1E, bendings, blanks, flooring, mouldings, fireplace mantels/surrounds, wainscoting. plywood pads, veneered parts, rounds, squares, stair parts, treads, risers/spindles, hand rails, newel posts, turnings, lumber, curved & straight extension jambs, curved base, crown & cabinet trim, curved furniture pads, door & window trim
Then he tore up the carpet, put down a laminate wood-look flooring in both rooms, and restored the bead-board wainscoting.
She did, however, cover the dark walnut stain of the wainscoting and the French doors with a coat of off-white paint.
Wall carpet wainscoting is a great choice for high-traffic areas.
Other high end features throughout include hardwood floors, wainscoting, crown molding, and a walk in tile shower.
It had a stylish kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite and butcher block countertops, exposed brick, wooden beams, wood-burning fireplace, high ceilings, wide-plank engineered red oak floor, updated bathroom with wood-panel wainscoting and lots of hidden storage.
Last summer I was installing wainscoting for customers in their newly remodeled basement.
Other ''faux'' features to consider include ceiling decals that look like parts of elaborate chandeliers, cabinetry embellishments and painted wainscoting.
Wood wainscoting and other moldings adjoined by tile, terrazzo, carpet and drywall required coordination and vision to create the final product.
Also known as "curly maple," this exotic hardwood may be specified for most products, including cabinet doors, drawer fronts, face frames, wainscoting, moulding, dovetailed drawer boxes, valances and more.