Itís a simple, inexpensive way to change up almost any room in your house. For a bit of farmhouse or cottage flair, beadboard is a go-to decorative element that yields a variety of uses throughout the home. From the kitchen to the bathroom, here are five uses for beadboard we canít get enough of:
Draw outside the vertical lines
No one says all beadboard is created equal. Looking for high-quality pieces that will stand the test of time is important. That means making sure youíre buying a sufficient size and a pattern that meets your needs. Then you can make the materials your own by using it to create a new look that will last. We love the idea of a kitchen backsplash using an unconventional pattern.
Spice up the island
Adding texture to something like a kitchen island can create a completely transform the room. Using beadboard to update an otherwise potentially bland sight of an island can refocus the attention back on the prominent kitchen staple.
Breathe new life into your ceilings
There are a lot of reasons to want to do something about your ceilings. Whether itís a badly textured paint job, poorly patched holes, or some other decorative flaw, covering it up with beadboard can refresh the space by adding a crisp appearance on even the most disturbingly flawed ceiling.
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A new look for less
Remodeling a bathroom can cost more than anyone would like to admit. Avoid letting costs climb too high by adding beadboard as both a decorative element as well as a practical way to give your bathroom fresh new look. Integrating a use to it by adding hooks is another way this dťcor dynamo can serve double duty.
Beadboard isnít just for wall and ceilings. Mix it up by making it a decorative element all its own on your kitchen cabinets or other storage cabinets in the home.