Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Beadboard Sheets Become Chevron Paneling

Designer Janelle Steinberg of the blog Maison Classique transformed a plain, builder-grade powder room by designing an innovative use of beadboard paneling. Placed on an angle to create a chevron pattern, it changes the entire look of the space. Makes you think about beadboard paneling in a whole new way. Love it!!!
In progress - vertical stiles provide a finished look to the seams of the chevron pattern.
Janelle also posted a very detailed schematic plan for the transformation. You can check it out here.

30 comments:

Aesthetic Oiseau said...

That is brilliant. Wish I had thought of that when we installed our beadboard in our guest bathroom!

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

Would have NEVER thought to do this! Thank you for sharing, Michele.
Teresa
xoxo

HRH The Duchess of State said...

Such a clever idea dahhling! love!

Hartwood Roses said...

I love it when folks think outside of the 'Builder Box'. This is brilliant!

casey at loft and cottage said...

That is genius! I love it. And want it!

Francine Gardner said...

Very ingenious
I love the twist it gives to the powder room

Francine Gardner said...

Very ingenious
I love the twist it gives to the powder room

for the love of a house said...

so smart.... I love it!!

joan

Karena said...

I adore chevron pattern and this is a beautiful use of this design!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

La Maison Fou said...

Really nice..I like the "new" way to view the bead board!
L.

Leah Moss said...

wow!!!!I like the simplicity of beadboard used traditionally as well, but this looks so classy and dressed up. I love it paired with the navy grass cloth too. Thanks for sharing!

Jennifer said...

how clever!

Jessie said...

and that luxurious, purply-blue wall covering - great look

H.G. The Countess said...

Such a great idea, filing this one!

An Urban Cottage said...

No kidding. Very smart. And it looks great. I also love the deep blue grasscloth.

Kerry @ Design du Monde said...

How many of us are slapping our heads saying, "Now why didn't I think of that?!"
It is a fab cost effective treatment. Ceilings maybe?

Erin said...

Seriously clever. What a beautiful effect and I love the grasscloth paired with it.
- Erin | holtwoodhipster.blogspot.com

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

That is brilliant. What a good idea.

pinkertonjamesl said...

In the bathroom tiles and color combinations are so fabulous and color matching.It look amazing.

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SHERRY HART said...

Ah Ha......genius.......why we blog...to get great ideas like this one!!!

Elizabeth said...

Smashing! I would love to do that on a ceiling. Kitchen, family room, dining room. Oh, the possibilities...

Carla Aston said...

Great idea. Makes the beadboard look modern and up to date.

Stacy Curran said...

Absolutely brilliant! I will be stalking you from now on :)
Stacy

Kara Superfine said...

Love love the chevron beadboard. What a fresh take on such a classic element! Great feature - will refer to this in the future I'm sure!

Chic Coles said...

This amazing!!!

Kevin Graves said...

Michele, that chevron pattern would be wicked on a ceiling. Also, love the denim looking grasscloth in deep blue. I think I'd put molding on ever strip.

Landon @ The Gilded Stag said...

Great post! Love this idea.

j steinberg design said...

Thank you for featuring my work! i just saw this link pop up on Pinterest. -js

Megan said...

What a great idea for chevron paneling! I love this bathroom! So glad I came across your blog. If you get a chance- check out mine.

Happy Tuesday,
Megan

http://lemonadeandmasonjars.blogspot.com/

Zumi said...

I agree to you Megan that it was a great idea for chevron paneling. That bathroom was so incredible. How I wish to have this kind of investment in the future.

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