I was on a mission to train my kids to hang up their bathroom towels so I decided to create a bead board chair rail to designate a spot to do do!
Simple Bathroom Beadboard
I picked up a bead board panel from my local hardware store and cut it to size with a jigsaw.
Using my nail gun I secured it to the wall by shooting nails in at alternate angles to create an anchor. I never recommend glue for wall treatments because it can ruin your drywall.
I used a 1x4 primed pine board as the top rail of my bead board. Doing this before the rest of the paneling gave me a stopping point for measuring the rest.
This cordless nail gun is the BEST. Easy, safe, and no air compressor!
I pieced together the rest of my bead board underneath.
I added a piece of trim under my board for some added detail and to hide my rough seam.
Next, lots of wood filler for my seams and nail holes
Caulk for corners and edges! Next I’ll sand this all down flat.
I painted it the color “Sea Salt” by Sherwin Williams and added some cute hooks to complete the look!