37 and three eighths inches from the top of the baseboard. But seriously
there is no standard. There is aesthetics. What "look" are you trying to
achieve? Make the tall ceiling look shorter, even taller? Light color
over dark, or vice versa? Simulate wainscoting without the chair rail?
Grandpa Koca - SAHD of 6 - Keeper of the Perpetual Kindergarten
My opinion is neither copyrighted nor trademarked. It is price
you could always use the "perfect ratio" rule.
the perfect ratio is about 1:1.62
the 9 foot needs to be divided into two zones...
one of unit 1, the other of 1.62.
9' / 2.62 = ~3.44 so about 3 foot 5.25 inches
For lack of any other considerations. sounds as good a height as
Other folks might have opinions.... like standard chair rail height.
Ich habe keine Ahnung was das bedeutet, oder vielleicht doch?
Depends. Personal taste, size of room, light, colors and patterns used,
placement of windows/doors, room use, floor covering, view of/from
adjoining rooms, etc. When I installed a chair rail, I put it at the
level where chair backs would touch the wall, about 30".
Let us know a bit more about the room.
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