This airy kitchen boasts white cabinetry, a white range hood and light brick backsplash. The white beadboard island gives the space a cottage feel, while its black countertop not only provides contrast, but also gives the kitchen a dose of updated style.
This home office's high beadboard wainscoting carries over into the design of the room's built-in cabinets. A window seat tucked between the two cabinets serves as a practical use of space, providing extra seating for visitors.
The built-in shelves and spacious bench in this mudroom help you transition in and out of the house. Beadboard paneling and a tongue and groove ceiling lend an elegant country aesthetic to the space, while an Arts and Crafts pendant light shines from above.
A dramatic change in this kitchen's makeover was the rethinking of an awkward partially-vaulted ceiling. The solution? Close in most of the vaulted area and make a barrel vault over the arched window. Dark stained walnut beadboard draws the eye to this unique feature.