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What Do You Need to Know When Shopping for Beadboard Paneling?

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Beadboard PanelingThe secret to adding extra flavor to your home devoid of spending a fortune is making use of beadboard paneling. They are not only affordable, but extremely easy to install. But what do you need to know when shopping for beadboards? Like other types of wood products, beadboards can be affected by humidity. Accumulation of moisture can cause the beadboards to crack and pop out of position. The following are a couple of tips on how to pick the right beadboard paneling:

1. Pick the right style?

Foremost, pick a style that complements the décor used in your home. Still, the style of the beadboard paneling ought to complement the architectural design of your home. For example, if you are shopping for a beadboard to use on a conventional farmhouse, pick 2.5-inch v-bead or 1.625 v-bead. If the beadboards are to be used in a large room, opt for wider boards. In comparison to narrow boards, larger boards tend to give the impression that the room is less busy.

There are also customized beadboard paneling available for sale on our website, for example, casual v-beadboards and random-width v-beadboard.

2. Assess the profile

The profile of a beadboard panel influences several other factors like aesthetic appeal and durability. For example, for a more convincing look and high durability, pick panels that are at least 0.25 inches thick. The selected panels should also have clean cuts as well as beads. But in order to make an educated decision, you can order a few samples to ensure you are making the right design choice. By doing so, you will be able to make a side-by-side comparison, a factor that is important in influencing your purchase.

3. What is the application area?

Do you intend to use the beadboard panels in your bathroom, lounge area, dining room, bedroom or kitchen?  Then we have some images here to help inspire you with your particular project.

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