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Sherry C.

Use pine planks over the paneling. You can get it in plain planks or beadboard. It can be put up horizontally, vertically, or at a slant. You can alternate the plain planks with the beadboard, too. It's paintable or you can use varnish. Leaving it natural brightens a room. Painting it adds architectural charm. It's very versatile to any style of decorating. The planks come with knots or without. It isn't the cheapest method of covering paneling, but its not expensive, either. And very easy to put up compared to putting up paneling sheets. The best feature is that it is real wood, not a paper fabrication. Also, any old nail holes can be filled in with wood putty and sanded and repainted. Hardly, if at all, noticeable. Sure beats "wood" paneling by a long mile!

cindy

Paneling looks beautiful when painted a light color. It will give a cottagey feel to a room.

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