Living Room with Classic Raised Panel half walls and columns. The Raised Panels are 34 1⁄2"tall. The Top Cap Molding is 3 1⁄4" solid poplar wood. Project located in Wolcott, CT.
Wainscoting with Fluted Pilasters⁄Pediment Heads
Classic Raised Panel Wainscoting with Top Cap Molding. The windows are trimmed with Crowned Pediment Heads, Fluted Pilasters and 8" Plinth Blocks. The Raised Panels are 34 1⁄2"tall.
Wainscoting Half Wall with Columns
Classic Raised Panel Profile used on Half Wall and Columns. Upper column section is 10" wide and lower section column is 11 3⁄8" wide.
Classic Raised Panel Half Wall with Column
A 1" thick top plate on half wall with a routed detail that also wraps the middle section of the column." A chair rail is placed below the top and and casing is placed above the top on the column.
Raised Panels with Top Cap and Fancy Shoe Molding
Fluted Pilasters are a great way to separate the wainscoting panels under the window from the walls. In this picture 5" pilasters with an 8" tall plinth block separate the window section from the wall panels.
Classic Raised Panel Profile Close Up
These panels are made on a CNC and there are no seams for up to 90" which significantly reduces caulking and potential paint cracking which is usually an inherent problem with assembled panels.
Custom Triangle and Clipped Panel in a Foyer
Custom Triangle and Clipped Panel in front of staircase in a Foyer. We usually recommend tall and narrow inner panels approximating a golden ratio.
Dramtic Foyer impression with grand stepped column and detailed classic raised wainscoting panels. The panels on the staircase are 32" tall and the panels in the foyer are 34 1⁄2"tall. Location: Wolcott, CT.
Elegant 31 1⁄2" tall Beaded Raised Panels
Amazing project with unusually short panels at 30 1⁄2" tall. The columns are 13 1⁄4" wide with beaded raised panels on the bottom and 3⁄4" wide flutes on the top. Location: Sunny Florida. Project 12149.
Beaded Raised Wainscoting Staircase and Columns
Elegant Beaded Raised and Fluted Columns wainscoting. The panel height is 31 1⁄2" with 4 1⁄2" tall top rails, 4" wide stiles and an 11" tall bottom rail. Location: Sunny Florida. Project 12149.
Iron Works Pedistal Sink w⁄ Classic Raised Panels
Moisture resistant MDF is always recommended for panels behind a pedistal sink. The inner panel behind the sink is 25" tall so that it won't interfere with the sink bowl mounting. Location: Wolcott, CT."
Raised Panels with Iron Works Bathroom Fixtures
Classic Raised Wainscoting with 3 1⁄4" Top Cap Molding in a half bath.Finish height is 40 1⁄2" with 4 1⁄2" top rail, 4" wide stiles and an 8 1⁄2" bottom rail. Location: Wolcott, CT.
Classic Raised - Saint George Church Guilford, CT
Classic Raised Wainscoting Panels with 3 &frasl14;" tall quarter saw mahogany Top Cap Molding. Location: Saint George Church in Guilford, CT.
Close up picture of the Classic Raised Profile
Close up picture of Classic Raised Wainscoting at an outside corner with the 3 1⁄4" Poplar Top Cap Molding. Location: Watertown, CT"
Slightly Curved Wainscoting Panel in Dining Room
Curved Wainscoting panels can be made from 5⁄8 PVC. For sharp curves the back of the panel can be kerfed. Location: Watertown, CT
Outside Wainscoting Corner with small chamfer
Small chamfer made with router on outside corner. We recommend Butt Joints for outside corners because they are stronger and easier than miter joints.
Wainscoting with Pediment Heads and Pilasters ⁄ Plinth Blocks
Fluted Pilasters and Plinth Blocks add some nice detail to the wainscoting panels.
Panels under window
The panels under the window are centered and cover most of the sill leaving a ¼ reveal.
Fancy Shoe Molding
A fancy 1 ½ shoe is used and also bumps out around the 1" thick plinth block. Special top cap returns are used where the top cap bumps into the fluted pilaster.
Classic Raised Panel
The outlet is placed horizonal in the bottom rail so it won't interfere with the stiles.