nwkrysSeptember 17, 2010

We are redoing the kitchen in our 1947 house at the beach. We are considering white beadboard wainscoting in the eating area. We installed wood beadboard slats about 15 years ago in a rental but it looks like paint grade mdf is what is readily available now. The big boxes just have the big panels not individual boards.

Has anyone had any experience purchasing from American Beadboard? They're a division of Wainscoting America.

Their product is mdf slats, with the top rail and base molding of poplar. Sounds logical to me. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated.

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I just ordered a prefinished cherry "kit" form this place
"http://www.mantelcraft.com/Products/Wood-Wainscot-Planking"; Price seems reasonable. I need 3 of there kits but I want to look at the first one before I spend all my money. They have paint grade solid wood. They will even prefinish it for you.

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