How to measure for board and batten on each wall (this is the trickiest part): Take your total wall length and divide that by the approximate spacing you would like between the battens. That number will be how many spaces you have on your wall. From here, add 1 to your number of spaces to get the number of battens on the wall.
Then using my trim nailer I added baseboard, crown, and vertical battens throughout the bathroom. The hardest part was figuring out how to space them to cover the seams, and how to cut the plumbing holes precisely. Once it was all installed I used a LOT of caulk on all the seams. For a more detailed board and batten tutorial check out how I
Bathroom features a long and narrow water closet with gray board and batten trim, hidden toilet paper shelves and gray marble geometric floor tiles. LC Interiors Beautiful white and gray bathroom boasts platinum gray wallpaper lining the upper half of a board and batten wall. Timber Trails Development
Installing Board and Batten in the Bathroom The Board and Batten wainscoting in my bathroom was another key element to the design plan and is a very DIY-friendly project to try. If you remember from my Closet Trim post, you know that it took me three tries to get the trim right. Well, I improved here, and it only took me two tries.
6 Materials. $60. 4 Hours. Easy. We decided to add board and batten in our kids bathroom so we can put hooks on it for the kids towels. Plus they yanked off towel bar. I couldn't decide if I wanted to paint it white or navy, but I decided to do it navy to match the vanity. We used 1x4's for the top two pieces and a 1x6 for the baseboard and
Board and batten were historically used on sheds and barns as inexpensive, energy-efficient siding. Batten boards are placed over the seams of large boards to create a layered look. Over time it has become a popular option for accent walls, ceilings, wainscoting, and even privacy fences!