We hear our clients are asking us more often for beadboard on bathroom walls, as opposed to tile, for their bathroom remodels. This is a definite shift in what we’ve heard requested over the last several years.
There are many ways to install and finish beadboard on a wall: different heights, different trim details at the top and bottom and different color selections. Each adds a distinctive personalized signature to the area that makes it your own.
Here are a few ideas that I was looking at with a client the other day for a bathroom remodel in Newport News and I thought I’d share them with you.
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