Judges panel meets up to the ceiling,,, may have madalions... raised panel, frieze entablitures,,etc,etc,,, layman's terms,,, woodwork that fills the wall to the ceiling. thats the difference,,,,
I'll argue that one.:laughing:
I've always felt Wainscoting was a decorative effort to accent a room, whereas Judges Paneling is more of a statement of the sober weight of the total decor, in general.
It nice to be paid.I think this is wainscoting, or it could be a paneled wall. Whatever it was, they liked it and I got paid.
Judges paneling takes up the whole length of the wall. Where wainscoting only takes up portion, usually half way up or two thirds.I was under the impression that they were basically the same thing until a recent discussion with a colleague. Can some of you seasoned vets chime in on the issue? Are they the same and if not what are the differences?