Asked on Feb 07, 2018

How can I prevent my Chairs Carving the Wall

Lac2017901
by Lac2017901
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q how can i prevent my chairs carving the wall
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  • Janet Panos Janet Panos on Feb 07, 2018
    Hello! There are several routes you can take to prevent your chairs from scratching up your walks. Click on the link below to check them out. Good luck!

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Feb 07, 2018
    attach bumpers or felt to the back of the chair

  • Le' Le' on Feb 07, 2018
    We added bead board up the wall higher than where the chairs strike

  • Michael Oglesby Michael Oglesby on Feb 07, 2018
    Each time I go into my doctor's office, I wonder why architects or decorators don't specify a nicely finished 1X4 board laid on the floor behind the chairs to keep the legs, and thus the back from going back and damaging the wall. The other solution would be a chair rail at back height.

  • P.p15814293 P.p15814293 on Feb 07, 2018
    Why not take paint stir sticks (free!), paint them to match current baseboards and nail/glue them along 1/4 round/baseboards. They will keep chairs away from walls and no-one will ever notice.

  • In my house we just moved the table further out so that this would not happen. If that isn't possible, I would go with a chair rail, it would look very nice!

  • M. M.. M. M.. on Feb 08, 2018
    You could swap the chairs against the wall for a padded bench,provided the bench's soft edge was the contact point with the wall.

  • 2dogal 2dogal on Feb 08, 2018
    Lay a board on the floor next to the wall. LIke a 1 X 3 or 2 X 4. Paint or stain to closely match your flooring. It will act as a stop if the chair is pushed towards the wall and will not be very noticable.

  • Diana Deiley Diana Deiley on Feb 08, 2018
    I'd suggest attaching a 1/2" x 4" piece of molding along that wall for protection. HD and Lowes have many decorative styles to choose from. Measure the length of your wall for the length of molding needed. Using a level mark a straight line on the wall where you want to attach the molding then position and attach the molding with a nail gun or finishing nails. Best of luck.