raised panel wainscoting
Illustration: Alisha Williams
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Design Guide

Wainscoting patterns evolved with architectural styles. Here are the greatest hits.

Raised Panel
Typically built like a door, with thick beveled-edged panels held in place by a frame. Each panel expands and contracts freely to prevent cracking. Great for formal spaces, especially in houses with Colonial design influences.
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