beadboard wainscoting
Illustration: Alisha Williams
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Thin tongue-and-groove strips, popular in Queen Anne–style homes from the late 1800s, dress up informal spaces, such as bathrooms, stairways, and kitchens. Gets its name from the round bead along its edge that disguises the joint between strips.
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