256,758 beadboard paneling Home Design Photos

Pinto Designs and Associates
Sophisticated Key West Style
Ideabooks9,837
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more cottage chic than beadboard. The center panel of the cabinet doors in this style are made to look like traditional beadboard paneling. Beadboard was used in the past as a decorative wall treatment before plaster, drywall and paint became common. While all-white beadboard cabinetry can give your
Like the beadboard and leg detail on the island. Don't like the black countertops - too harsh.
Beadboard. Love cottage style? It doesn't get more cottage chic than beadboard. The center panel of the cabinet doors in this style are made to look like traditional beadboard paneling. Beadboard was used in the past as a decorative wall treatment before
in this style are made to look like traditional beadboard panelling. Beadboard was used in the past as a decorative wall treatment before plaster, drywall and paint became common. While all-white beadboard cabinetry can give your kitchen a bright and clean feel, all the little cracks and crevasses on this
“fernand” — Linda Santerre
Jennifer Grey Interiors
4 Reviews
The Old Painted Cottage: Kitchen
Ideabooks3,404
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wall mural. DIY fridge paneling
Cover fridge doors with beadboard... "The Old Painted
DIY cover fridge with beadboard paneling, barn hinges, and hot glue. see Jennifer Grey's blog "The old painted Cottage"
TLC. One project that turned out especially well was the DIY fridge cover she made from beadboard paneling, barn hinges and hot glue — you can read the full DIY on Grey's blog, The Old Painted Cottage.
cover she made from beadboard paneling, barn hinges and hot glue — you can read the full DIY on Grey's blog, The Old Painted Cottage.Tell us: What is your next kitchen project? Any budget-friendly tips to share?
15. Make your own beadboard fridge cover. Homeowner Jennifer Grey has undertaken some amazing DIY projects while transforming her fixer-upper cottage, which had been vacant for seven months and was desperately in need of some TLC. One project that turned out especially well was the DIY fridge cover
“Swinging glass door” — jodibethblum
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2009 Showcase Home on Park Alley
Ideabooks16,289
Questions10
Is your beadboard paneling or individual planks?
I need help with my backsplash and I am torn between paneling or planks.
- wood countertops - beadboard - classic white paint - GREAT kitchen details I'd like to implement in our kitchen renovation
Witt ConstructionSaveEmail Many people like to use beadboard panels not just on walls, but as backsplashes and even as kitchen cabinet doors. Not only does it provide a classic country touch when combined with
reclaimed wood counter for bar beadboard backsplash
wood counter and beadboard looks great
Many people like to use beadboard panels not just on walls, but as backsplashes and even as kitchen cabinet doors. Not only does it provide a classic country touch when combined with traditional hardware, such as oiled bronze cup pulls and a wood countertop, it also allows for easy clean up. When liquids
“Bead board” — kjclark10
Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers
6 Reviews
Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers
Ideabooks8,177
Questions3
The paneling on the back of book shelf
white 2-inch sheets for bookshelf back panels.
beadboard behind a bookcase instead of the particle
Beadboard back - basket shelving - open shelving - bathroom idea
Beadboard paneling added to the back of prefab or one-of-a-kind bookshelves creates a custom look without the custom cost. Tip: Choose unfinished 1.5-inch sheets versus pre-finished, white 2-inch sheets for bookshelf back panels. They're about 30 percent less in price and can be given a custom update
“shelves” — Christina Breeden
Brennan + Company Architects
10 Reviews
a house in a garden
Ideabooks38,977
Questions20
4. Add beadboard or paneling. Wainscot tile square footage can really add up. If you can forgo it in lieu of wood beadboard and mix that with a feature floor tile pattern, you'll have a winner.
- beadboard panelling - tile
floor, paneling around baseboard heat
Doorknob Wooden panel
beadboard and mosaic tile
“Floor” — 2762ruidle
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks18,056
Questions11
Bench and short wall with beadboard next to kitchen
A breakfast nook marries a traditional cottage feel (beadboard panel and ceiling) with colorful accents (punchy throw pillow pattern and teal tableware).
sunlight streaming in through the windows, vintage-inspired light fixtures, mellow and cheerful colors, and unfussy surfaces. And of course a little beadboard never hurts.
“banch” — jesseg1016
The Shabby Nest
1 Review
shabby nest
Ideabooks19,232
Questions8
My heart leaped a little when I saw these pillow covers. I got a curtain panel of this bee pattern out of the as is room years ago, and have not been able to find more since. You don't have a source, do you?
The walls are painted Ralph Lauren's Cathedral Gray, the cream color on the beadboard is Ralph Lauren's Nantucket White and the trim is painted Valspar's Ultra White.
here's a little sitting area with beadboard all the way up and hooks for towels/whatever...
nook or a cupboard, you can take the door off and use it as a handy place for coats and shoes. To really give it that English cottage style, add beadboard paneling (painted in soft pastels) to the walls or some vintage floral wallpaper. A seat cushion in pretty florals or soft stripes is the perfect place
“built-in tiny seat-niche” — stephtahoe
Huestis Tucker Architects, LLC
3 Reviews
Huestis Tucker Architects, LLC
Ideabooks16,684
Questions14
Love this room! Are the walls panels (or) tongue in groove boards?
Thanks for your comment. The paneling is tongue and groove v-groove board. All the best, Jennifer ...
These are full overlay cabinets with recessed flat panels. They were custom made by Queen Anne Cabinets in Connecticut. Jennifer
the laundry room. To make a bigger investment in the look, swap out a standard sink for a porcelain bib-front version and cover the walls in beadboard or paneling.
“24" Rohl sink” — jesster810
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