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Certain decor ideas seem to be enmeshed in your DNA. For me, it’s that charming cottage look, one that my mother loved (and still loves). Though I’ve dabbled in midcentury modern and live in a nice-but-new construction apartment, I find myself going back again and again to this simple and lovely style.

The key “ingredient” to this look, of course, is beadboard. Commonly used as wainscoting, this affordable material is more versatile than you think — like in this kitchen featured in Better Homes & Gardens, where it covers the island, walls and cabinet doors. Here are just a few more ways to use it in any space you would like to give a clean, cottage-inspired feel.

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Posted on Jul 12, 2017

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