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beadboard/chair rail
goughbar
December 3, 2012 in Design Dilemma
Just purchased a condo and would like to use beadboard. One of the walls has a pass through to the kitchen. My question is about the finished height.
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The standard height for a chair rail is 30"-36" .If this is a smaller space I would go with the lesser dimension.
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tatts
Traditionally, beadboard runs 32" above the baseboard, so figure a finished height of about 36" (that's how precut beadboards are sold). But--to make it look more professional, align the top with the pass through height. If that's more than 36" or so, you'll have to buy 8' stock and cut it.
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goughbar
Thanks!
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