Recently we talked about beadboard bathroom and we mentioned that it is often confused with the beadboard wall. Although there are great similarities between these two design techniques. There are also some important differences that make each style special. Today, we focus on bathroom designs in beadboard. And in particular on some of the features of this stylistic choice. We will reveal some of the ways in which such patterns can give visual interest to a bathroom. And some of the ways in which beadboard wall treatments can be installed. As in the case of wainscoting, beadboard wall treatments are known to have a traditional look. And that’s something you can benefit from when you’re looking for a bathroom.
It has just the right amount of minimalism required in a modern home. But at the same time infuse with traditional details. Although the key elements in the beadboard wall treatment are typically the same, regardless of the details. It’s not the only thing that matters. In fact, it’s the small things and variations in the design that make this style stay beautiful and popular even today. The simple fact that the boards are place horizontally on the walls of this bathroom, is enough to make the interior special. Similarly, you can install a beadboard wall treatment at any height. Typically, the bottom half covers a bathroom wall and contrasts the upper part. In some contexts the panels go all the way up. And end just where the skylight begins and it is also reflected in this design.
Beadboard bathrooms are known to be extra cozy, welcoming and warm. And also to have a certain dose of retro charm. If you want to check out some of the other spaces in this attic you will see that this wall treatment is repeat in the home in different ways. Wall panel bathroom are a special alternative to wall tiles. And can also be use to frame all kinds of things like bathtubs, showers or vanities. This elegant and elegant bathroom combines elements in the Victorian style with modern features and the result is a simple but sophisticate design. Beadboard wall treatments are also quite practical. Especially in bathrooms where they protect the walls against excess moisture or water damage. They are also easy to clean and replace if needed.