Uplift to a Bathroom Wall
The wall in the bathroom screamed out for attention. With my basic beginners carpentry skills I added some zing to the plain bathroom wall
The bathroom wall was an open canvass waiting for something to happen.
I got some 1x6 boards, I cut some of them in half, about 2 3/4" wide. I used five different color wood stains (that I happened to have on hand). After the boards were stained I coated both the front, back and sides of the boards with a clear satin finish. Since they were going to be installed on the bathroom wall, I wanted to make sure the entire board was sealed
I used some thermoplastic back splash panels for the wainscoting. I used a stud finder to locate where the studs were in the existing wall and drew a line from the top of the wainscoting to the ceiling to show me where the studs were inside the wall. I started nailing the boards on the wall alternating the stained colors.
I finished it off by adding 3/4" corner molding. I will be adding some decor to the wall itself when I find just the right items that I like. This sure changed the way the plain bathroom wall looked originally.
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