Well, here is our dilemma...
Our house is a 1920 Tudor that the previous owners had done everything possible to try to destroy it. We are now looking at fixing the upstairs bath that currently has cracked and broken bright purple tile...everywhere!!!
We had thought about putting up wood wainscotting as it would go with the overall look of the house. My father in law has offered us some wainscotting that is in amazing shape. The wood had been on his garage walls (a converted barn dating from 1893) for years until he had to refurbish the building. It is clean, not warped, etc...as I said, it looks great. Would it be wise to use this in the bathroom or should we steer clear of it?
I appreciate any advice you can give!