How to Cap Off a Wood Plank Wall with Decorative Trim

January 29, 2013 AT 8:31 am 9 Comments

 

I’m still trying to answer all the questions about our bathroom makeover through individual posts.

So far, I revealed our bathroom makeover to you HERE.

cottage bathroom makeover

 

 

I shared with you how to build your own butcher block vanity HERE.

how to build a butcher block vanity

Then I showed you how we installed our wood plank walls in our bathroom HERE.

how to install a wood plank wall

 

 

Today, I am going to share with you the three pieces of trim that we used to cap off our wood plank walls.

 

wood plank wall decorative trim

As you can see in the picture below, adding the trim work to the top of our wood plank walls made a huge difference.

wood plank wall decorative trim

It was SUPER easy to do.

You only need three trim pieces.

* 1×4 wood trim piece

* stool trim piece

* base cap trim piece

We purchased all of our trim pieces from Lowe’s.  I took pictures of the two smaller trim pieces for you…

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First, nail the 1×4 trim piece to the top edge of the wood plank wall.

wood plank wall decorative trim

 

Secondly, nail the “stool” trim piece on top of the 1×4 trim piece.

Lastly, nail the base cap {upside down} underneath the “stool” trim piece.

 

wood plank wall decorative trim

Be sure to fill in all the nail holes with wood filler and sand if needed.

Then paint the trim work, and you are finished!

Easy-peasy!

 

It’s the little finishing details that can make a big difference!  It definitely gives the space a more custom look.

wood plank wall decorative trim

 

I hope this little tutorial helps!  If you have any questions, or if I forgot to mention anything, just leave me a comment.

Thanks!


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Comments

  1. Tina McNamara says:

    Much, much, much nicer with the cap trim. LOVE IT!!!

  2. That really finished that off! Looks great!

    Judy
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  3. What a difference the trim makes. Looks fabulous. Would love do this in our bathroom.
    Ruth
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  4. So pretty. Everything is your house is amazing. I am featuirng this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com.
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  5. I love it. What a difference the trim makes. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Thank you so much for this in formation. I’ve had an unfinished beadboard half-wall in my laundry room for more than 2 years now and I’m ready to cap it off. This is the perfect solution. Well done. Jo @ Let’s Face the Music
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  7. very nice post. thanks :)
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  8. You have saved me a lot of hassle by sharing those simple instructions! I am using thicker beaded board in my bathroom and was stressing out about how to trim it (it’s too thick for a “cap”)
    Thank you for sharing :)

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