In this example, a wallcovering is used. The wallcovering typically begins 4-6 inches from the floor, extending to the ceiling. Seamless flooring is then rolled up the wall to butt up against the bottom of the wallcovering. The seam is then caulked to prevent moisture from seeping behind the wallcovering or flooring during cleaning.
By eliminating ledges and sharp corners that collect dust and other contaminants, this method provides the best overall cleanability. The downside to this method is that it is often the most expensive due to the cost of wallcoverings and their installation.