Wall Panelling | Adding Another Dimension To Your Home

Because walls make up the majority of a room’s surfaces, finding the perfect way to utilise wall panelling is so important. Wall panelling is a great way to add depth and character to a living area, and given the wide range of styles, they also fit nicely with ultra-luxe, contemporary, or rustic homes helping to create a unique focal point in any home.

Cover the walls

You can utilise wall panels in whichever way you desire. Wall panelling doesn’t have to be used around a whole room to be effective in fact, panelling one wall is a great way to make a feature that can serve as the focal point of the room. Panelling is a classic style and can add depth texture and character to any room so for those that want to keep it sleek, and simple yet still want to make an impact, this is the perfect way to do so!

Stop halfway

If you’re not ready to commit to a whole wall of panelling, don’t go all the way to the ceiling. Only panel the lower portion of your wall, (the lower half or third). This will still give the same effect with the added benefit of preventing your living room wall decor from appearing too busy.

Slimline panelling

Over the past year, slimline panels have become more and more trendy. They can be installed as a centre panel, side panel, half wall, or even a feature wall. The appeal is likely to come from their ease of design and installation, availability for pre-made or DIY purchases, and compatibility with a variety of interior design trends, including boho/nordic and sleek/minimalism.

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