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    Wall Treatments

    Traditional wooden wall panelling and wainscoting can transform your basement rooms into warm and friendly areas by adding layers of architectural depth and intrigue. The difference between wainscoting and wall paneling simply refers to the height of the wall panel itself. Wainscot panels are typically about the height of the chair, for a sense of casual comfort and uniformity, and include designer flat panels, beaded panels, and texturally raised patterns. Other panels are higher to give a more grandiose appearance that is perfect for dining areas and luxurious family rooms. We excel at providing the very best traditional wood wall paneling and wainscoting ideas to beautifully border your basement’s interior. We can add scintillating color and symmetry to your basement with a wide variety of expert traditional wooden wall paneling and wainscoting ideas.

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