Kali2024: Information re: Wainscoting and Vanity

KevinMPDecember 17, 2012

I thought I'd double post instead of hijacking that other thread.

My contractor installed the wainscoting first and then set the vanity in (with the exception of one piece of cove moulding by the left side backsplash return, which was installed at the end after the counter top had been installed). I ordered an extra high backsplash (5.5") in order to ensure that the backsplash went all the way to where the solid part of the wainscoting began.

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cathie2029

Thank you so much..beautiful!

    Bookmark   December 18, 2012 at 12:55PM
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