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How to Put Decorative Panels Inside a Bookcase

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Learn how to add contrasting color to the wall behind your bookshelf compartments.

Having constructed built-in bookshelves, the homeowners have decided to add color to the walls behind the shelves as an accent. To help decide on a color, they paint samples of three shades on large pieces of scrap bead board and try them out on the bookshelves. They decide on a color and also decide they like the striped effect of the color on the bead board. Consequently, they decide to paint the bead board rather than the walls and then nail up the colored panels.

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