How To Install Wainscoting Bathroom
Wainscoting bathroom – When installing wainscoting bathroom in a bathroom, it will likely be necessary to cut holes for the tubes to fit through panels. There may be a pipe for the toilet, sink or tub that goes through the wall and will require a special round cut to create holes for the tubes. With commonly available tools and accurate measurement, you can create a stylish and professional hole in beadboard panels around the bathroom pipes.
Turn off the water and disconnect the tube from the fixture as close to the wall as possible. Measure the distance from the floor to the bottom of the tube. Subtract 1/8 inch from that measurement, then measure and mark a horizontal line about as wide as the pipe at the same distance from the lower edge of the wainscoting bathroom panels.
Measure the distance from the last bit of installed wainscoting bathroom panels to the edge of the pipe. Subtract 1/8 inch from that measurement, then measure and mark a vertical line about as wide as the pipe at the same distance from the edge of the piece to be installed. This vertical line should slightly overlap the horizontal line.
Measure the width of the bathroom pipe. Divide the width of the tube to half and add 1/8 inch. Using this measurement, draw a second horizontal line above the horizontal line already beadboard. Use this measurement to draw a second vertical line that crosses the second horizontal line. This crossing is where you will find the point of the compass.