Modern wall panelling can define a space, while also adding
interest and character. Wall panelling can also be used in conjunction with
wallpaper. This can create a dramatic, decorative effect that would work
especially well in a living space, a dining room, or bedroom.
Wall panelling can also be used in any space that tiling might be
used. For bathrooms or kitchens, moisture resistant wall panels can be an ideal
option to tiling. Consider incorporating a shelf to the wall panels to provide
storage for both bathrooms and kitchens spaces.
Wall Panelling for Outside Spaces
Panelling in outside spaces, such as courtyards, verandahs and gardens can be an excellent décor choice, however choosing panels that are weather resistant is obviously paramount. Decorative, all-weather panels can add colour, texture and interest, transforming an outdoor space into a relaxing garden nook, or a stylish, al fresco dining space.
Another reason why people are choosing wall panels is the growing variety of panel materials, textures, colours, shapes and sizes available. Other wall panelling options include the use of natural wood, recycled wood, chipboard, PVC panels, fabric panels and mirrored panels.
Wall panelling has been around for hundreds of years, commonly conjuring up images of Tudor period homes. This iconic style of wall panelling typically involved the use of wood, however this classic finish required skilled craftsmen to install, making this style of wall panelling an expensive proposition.
Today, wall panelling has evolved to a contemporary, affordable and popular décor trend. Wall panelling is now used to add interest to almost any space, it can also distract from less than perfect walls, as well as adding practical elements to your space, such as providing additional insulation or decorative