Judge Paneling - need help
I have attached some photos to help with my question. Let me first start by saying I "think" what we want to do is called judges panelling. It is common in ours and surrounding neighborhoods but it isn't actually panelling, but more just finish trim "boxes" affixed to the drywall and painted with high gloss paint to resemble panelling. The first two photos I have attached show what we are trying to accomplish. This is my parent's dining room.
I have also attached a photo of our dining room that the molding in question will be going into. Our molding that will be on the top and bottom are much smaller scale than my parents' so I think we would need to scale down the size of the molding used to create the "boxes". Hope that makes sense.
So the question(s) are 1) what would we use to create the boxes? 2) would we need to scale down the size of the molding that is in my parents' house since our room is smaller and the current molding is smaller as well? 3) Am I calling this the correct thing? When I google judges panelling I get instructions for making actual panelling.
We get the basics of how to affix the molding to the wall, paint it etc... And we have access to a great miter box.
Thanks in advance. Any help is appreciated!