Wainscoting goes far beyond being just a panel on the wall. With all its benefits, you may not even realize how much potential it has to improve your space. Wainscoting is a classical method to add texture and color to the walls of a room. There are different styles, colors and types of wainscoting.

Even a standard wainscot panel can become an architectural feature without covering the whole wall. In general wainscoting helps enhance the structure and design of the room. Splitting the walls in sections gives the visual illusion of a bigger space. On the other hand tall wainscoting helps in making large spaces feel more cozy and welcoming. If the tall wainscoting also features ledge top, you can use it to display accessories or add accent pieces. The ledge is quite convenient in bathrooms or bedrooms, where you can use it to place things that you need at hand.

Wainscoting can have a very practical role too. The panels are a great way to disguise utility points or hide plumbing and cables.
Beadboard is very often used material for wainscoting. You can place it horizontally or vertically and paint it in the color that suits your interior most. You can make a bold statement by painting the wainscoting in a bright color contrasting with the wall above it.

Next to the decorative part, the wainscoting has a functional purpose too. It protects the walls from dirt, stains and scuffs in the narrow areas along hallways and stairways. Besides protection, it will also give an elegant armor for your walls.
With many options for finishing and design, this style of molding presents countless possibilities for individualizing and adding value to your home. Get inspired with our gallery and let us know which room in your house would you decorate with wainscoting.


Baseboard trim, also known as base trim or base molding runs along the wall at the floor.Besides for the fabulous decorating options which baseboards provide, they are also extremely functional, protecting the bottom of your walls from damage.

Benefits of Baseboard Trim:
Keeps dirt from getting under the walls
Prevents insects from getting into the house
Prevents the bottom edge of the wall from getting broken
Protects from vacuum bumps and scratches

Choose a baseboard to blend with your casings in order to help blend the room design. Casings are used to cover the gap between drywall and the door or window frame. Casings go around the doors to protect them. Baseboards are usually thinner than the casings.



Since 1992, Best Price Crown Moulding has developed an excellent reputation with Greater Ontario residential & commercial property owners, suppliers & designers. Our professional installation services include: precision door and window installs, home improvement projects, high-end interior finishing. We offer a complete service: from initial design, product supply and installation. We also consult clients on suitable design and products for all applications. Our new clients anticipate impressive results with minimal disruption, we masterfully provide both, including 100′s of installations and remodel projects for recurring homeowners. Our on-going success to "Satisfied Client Word of Mouth", and "Excellent Supplier & Designer Relations".


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