[ UK /wˈeɪnskəʊtɪŋ/ ]
- a wainscoted wall (or wainscoted walls collectively)
- wooden panels that can be used to line the walls of a room
How To Use wainscoting In A Sentence
- Its walls are V-groove board wainscoting two-thirds of the way up to the ceiling. A riverfront retreat, built with the long view
- Reinstate timber wainscot boarding along eastern wall in its original position and remove item 13 to allow the proper installation of wainscoting.
- The bright red walls are framed between cream-colored wainscoting and picture rails.
- Forget your poncy, designer-chic country-house hotels - let's get back to period wainscoting, peacocks and proper gravel drives.
- Our aesthetic interest, accustomed to perking up before autonomous works of art that are usually framed and on canvas, often flags before the spallieras and the cassone panels that figure so prominently in this show, images originally intended to adorn the chests and wainscotings of bridal chambers. An Unusual Renaissance Portrait
- In 1783 Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette and the court took up a brief residence here to assist at the aerostatic experiences of De Rosier, and in 1787, ceasing to be a royal residence, La Muette was offered for sale after first having been stripped of its precious wainscotings, its marbles and the artistic curiosities of all sorts with which it had been decorated. Royal Palaces and Parks of France
- Now, I don't know about you, but when I conjure up a description of my bathroom or any bathroom, the words "coffered," "wainscoting" and "Bianco Verde marble" don't come to mind. The Best Bathroom in NYC
- I would like to give the tile a "wainscoting" look. RutlandHerald.com
- In every room, running along the base of the walls, was dark brown wainscoting.
- The top level was the bridge, where large windows ran from the ceiling to about waist-high and were met by a metal wainscoting that dropped to a special antifatigue rubber floor. 'A Captain's Duty'