An attractive look in these kitchens is the use of beadboard or wainscoting on the bottom half of the wall with a contrasting wallpaper or color painted above.
The classic tongue and groove paneling is traditionally used as wainscoting and often found in dining rooms, kitchens, porches, and family rooms.
Wainscoting and Crown Molding: Another way to add a more finished, formal look to a small bathroom is to add wainscoting and/or crown molding.
Chalkstripe: This collection offers a vanity finished in fleece (white) and looks similar to wainscoting.
Or consider using a repeating decorative border around the wainscoting in your bathroom.
Beadboard paneling is commonly used for wainscoting below a chair rail.
The faux stone look is perfect for walls, floors, or wainscoting.