Raised panel wainscoting has been popular since the mid-17th century stylish, discreet and definitely attractive, is a wise addition to any room in the house. It is another elegant design option that can be easily incorporated into any living room or dining room. It also adds a touch of character to otherwise bland looking stairs. Unlike traditional paneled flat display surface where it comes out, the end result has flat design raised against wood.
As traditional panels, raised panel wainscoting is made in the bottom wall. Usually it is installed paneling 3-5 meters above the ground, below the decorative molding or rails. It is excellent way to avoid scuff marks and furniture carvings on the wall, especially if the rails are installed to prevent the furniture out walls. Most paneling also has bottom rail, normally of the same material as the impression top.
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Raised panel wainscoting used to only be done with expensive wood, but there are so many materials available these days to match any need. An easy way to do this is by wainscot frame in a design you choose and use different material for the raised mold. A large type of material is of medium density MDF, which is very easy to work with, stable and cheap.