although easy application, the trick is getting the width of each panel approximately the same size on all walls, including multiple rooms, avoiding electric plugs, measuring angles, cutting over 45 degrees on chop saw and doing curved staircases.
I usually over cut moldings & tape them to wall in order to visualize the look.
LOL Jimmy

Great project.  I did that in my home in NY.  I used a great article from Fine Homebuilding to calculate the panel sizes, avoid outlets etc.  It really changes a room. (30+ yrs ago?)

You did a very nice job.


Great job.  We are thinking of doing that in our dining room.

There is another book, Decorating With Architectural Trimwork, Jay Taylor, that I found very useful.  It gives clear instructions for sizing, spacing and overall design.  Great book if you plan this work; I used it for trimwork on a stairwell.

Carey Mitchell

looks great jimmy !

working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

There is a lot of detail work there. Nicely done!
Nice work around the inside and outside corners
Nice work and nice process!!

Cheers, Jim ........................ Variety is the spice of life...............Learn something new every day

Thx, fun project measuring mostly.

A great book that covers how to calculate dimensions, spacing, angles, etc. is "decorating With Architectural Trimwork" by Jay Silber.    

I used it for wainscoting at our previous home and for the staircase in this house (see project).  It really takes out the guesswork.

Really nice work, BTW !

Carey Mitchell