The act or occupation of covering or lining with boards in panel.
Wainscot was a kind of fancy oak imported from Russia, Holland or Germany. The term â€˜wainscotingâ€(tm) was applied to panels that were originally made out of such oak.
The lining on the lower three or four feet of an interior wall, consisting of paneling different from the rest of the wall.
Paneling that extends 36 to 42 inches or so upward from the floor level, over the finished wall surface. It is often finished with a horizontal strip of molding mounted at the proper height and protruding enough to prevent the top of a chair back from touching a wall surface.
A wood paneling on interior walls, usually less than the height of the room.
The treatment of the lower portion of a wall in a different manner than the rest of the wall; half paneling.
A lower interior wall surface that contrasts with the wall surface above it. An interior wall composed of two different interior wall surfaces, one above the other.
a wainscoted wall (or wainscoted walls collectively)
wooden panel used to line the walls of a room
Wood paneling applied to walls from baseboards to the desired height.
trim installed in the area between the chair rail and the baseboard
Vertical paneling with a bead detail; also commonly used on porch ceilings.
The wooden paneling of the lower part of an interior wall up to approximately waist-height or between 36 to 48 inches from the floor.
A group of moldings assembled to create an entire wall covering system. Built into and over the walls from floor to ceiling depending on the design and complexity of style. Basic groups include: Tongue & Groove - detail 78; Board & Batten - detail 77 & 83; Paneled - details 79, 84, & 85
Tongue and groove boards or wood paneling, which is installed between a baseboard and a chair rail.
Wood or other material used as facing on the lower portion of a wall, below a chair rail or other molding.
decorative paneling covering the lower three to four feet of an interior wall. Usually wood in a plain design. May be painted or only varnished.
An extra covering installed on wall surfaces for added protection at and below the chair line.
the covering of an interior wall with wood (usually panels), tiles, etc., from the floor to a point about half way to the ceiling; the remaining portion is painted, wallpapered, or covered with another material different from the lower portion. Exterior uses of wainscoting are popular in some western areas with brick and stucco combinations.
Wood paneling, tongue-and-groove boards or similar material installed between a baseboard and a chair rail.
is when you finish the lower part of an internal wall with a material different from the upper part - usually with wood paneling.
An application of wood molding up to the middle or lower half of a wall.
THE LOWER THREE OR FOUR FEET OF AN INTERIOR WALL WHEN LINED WITH PANELING, TILE OR OTHER MATERIAL DIFFERENT FROM THE REST OF THE WALL.
A wall facing, usually of wood, cut stone, or ceramic tile, that is carried only part way up a wall. Matched boarding or panel work that covers the lower portion of a wall.
Decorative paneling covering the lower 3-4 feet of an interior wall.
Wood, Tile or other type panels covering an intereior wall from the floor to a point half way to the ceiling.