Beadboard panels have a corrugated aspect and fit together with a system of tongue and groove joint. Beadboard backsplash makes perfect, because it adds a lot of texture and character to room and can be cut to specific measurements.
1 Measure wall space between countertops and cabinets where you want beadboard go. Beadboard look better when set from top edge to bottom of cabinets. Measure both vertically and horizontally so that you get accurate measurement precise adjustment.
2 Buy amount of beadboard that you need to fill space you have. Beadboard Backsplash comes in large 4-foot by 8-foot sheets of chipboard or solid wood strips of different lengths. If stained beadboard, buy solid wood strips. Conglomerate is less expensive than solid wood strips and is ideal when you are painting beadboard.
3 stain or paint Beadboard Backsplash your desired color. Because you are using this beadboard as a backsplash, it is important to put a layer of polyurethane finish on any finish you choose.
4 Cut beadboard to measures taken prior to back wall, and install it on wall. It is best to use a nail gun to put beadboard, which sees large nail or screw holes. Shoot nails between grooves of accounts that remain unseen.