We know how wall mounted wood panels can affect the feel of a room or your entire house. Our wood wall paneling systems are intended to do just that: allow you to use designer wood panels to create a look and feel that is unique to your home and working spaces. The natural wood patterns on our wood wall panels are precisely the details that make a wooden wall paneling system so attractive: with a simple installation of a single detail, you can recreate the entire feel of your interior design.
You’ve seen this dignified look of solid wood panels before: in doctors’ offices or maybe at a law firm or an agency you visited. Or maybe it was in a resort you visited, where the warmth of the panels seemed to pull you in. Professional interior designers have been taking advantage of the serene, simple grace these wood panels offer for decades. Using 27estore.com, you can now bring these same styles into your home or office for a fraction of the cost. You can achieve the same look you’ve always admired with our modern hardwood paneling.
Let us work with you to custom-craft something in the 4-8 foot range – you choose the perfect wood finish to complement your home interior. The impact the wood wall paneling it will have will be breathtaking, and you could use wood in a living room, a study, or an entryway to create a dignified, modern appeal.
Wood wall panels create a unique aesthetic value within any space. The artistry comes from matching your interior design to the many wood options in wall panels you’ll find below. Our products use original Italian natural wood veneers and eco-friendly materials painstakingly crafted to-order, to give you a wood panel that is sensitive to your design needs, built to last, and still 100% conscious of the environmental impact.
Take a simple slab wall. You find them everywhere – in office spaces, in living rooms – anywhere people congregate. By adding some simple wood paneling to this simple slab, you are immediately adding character to the room. What kind of character? Well, that depends a lot on which type of wood panel you decide is right for you and your home.
Take a simple oak wall panel. We might finish this for you in a variety of ways – from a clear-coated shine to a dark stain, there are different and distinct ways oak wood behaves. Each color of wood would create a different effect for you – from the subdued to the passionate. Just tell us what works best, and we’ll help you to match it to one of the many fine quality products we offer.
Or maybe a bold, modern look is what you are seeking from your new wood paneling. Perhaps a natural wood grain like oak, rosewood or teak feels too traditional in your space. You may find a perfect match in our Safari line, where wood patterns are brought to life with neutral black-and-white finishes to build a contemporary flair that is very workable, very urban chic.
Our ability to customize these wall panels for you also leaves you lots of space to be creative with your boards. Tell us what works best for you, and we’ll put it together in a wall panel system made specifically for you.
The character of your interior design can find new means of expression when you use our online shop to guide the way and find your favorites. Use the look of ebony, teak, macassar, rosewood, oak, and other delicious wood grains and visual textures to build. Wall panels offer you a smart, simple way to cover a lot of ground (or is it wall?) in your best interior designs. Take a note from the pros – look at the simple dignity of wall panels to create a modern warmth, and fill your space with inviting, contemporary character.
With the use of the aluminum rails and z-clips we are offering, the installation of our wall paneling turns into a simple and easy process. Each hanging rail and z-clips comes pre-drilled with screw holes ready to be installed. Wood panel mounting makes board installation quick and easy.
While we hope our online store makes finding the perfect wall panels easy, we understand that the perfect fit in terms of style and color is a carefully measured decision. To help, we offer you some wall panel samples so you can make a better, more informed decision while you shop.
And if you’d like to discuss some custom wall panels, our design and fabrication teams are standing by, eager to hear what you need and help you find the right product. We’ll be glad to work with you to customize wall paneling systems.
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There are many wood options for interior wall paneling, but not all of them are created equal. Some of the best options include teak, walnut, and oak, while some of the poorer choices of wood include pine and cedar. But, it’s really all a matter of taste and it depends on what kind of space you’re trying to create and the aesthetic that you’re going for by adding wood wall paneling.
You also have the choice of using decorative laminate paneling. With laminate paneling, you’ll have dozens of different decorative options and solid color panels to choose from. We offer a wide range of wood grains, colors, textures, and patterns of paneling.
Teak is a beautiful wood with a deep, rich color that can add a touch of elegance to any space. Teak’s beautiful grain patterns and familiar hues make it a very popular choice for indoor use. Teak’s aesthetic appeal also comes from its colors, which give the wood a rich, golden look that gradually darkens with age.
Walnut is another beautiful wood option with a deep, rich color. Walnut’s wide and straight grains make it an excellent choice for interior wood paneling. Different walnut species vary in the appearance of their wood as well, going from light and mid tones of English walnut to the deep dark hues of black walnut.
Oak is a lighter wood option with a creamy white color. Equally as strong and durable as teak or walnut, white Oak wood has tightly-packed grains with uneven texture that are easily recognizable thanks to its widespread use in furniture construction and traditional designs.
Paneling is almost always going to be a premium option compared to drywall. Drywall was designed to make interior construction cheap and fast without really giving as much thought to the aesthetics. Paneling, on the other hand, and especially wood panels, is more about creating an exclusive and homely feel to a space.
Some benefits of using wood paneling over drywall include:
- Wood paneling can give your home a more traditional, classic look, while drywall has a neutral appearance without any real aesthetic value.
- Drywall is brittle and relatively weak as a construction material. If you want to hang something on your walls, you’ll need to locate the studs behind the drywall rather than hang it on the panels. In contrast, wood and laminate panels are much more resilient and support more weight than drywall without handing to pinpoint studs.
- Wood paneling is more soundproof than drywall. Generally, solid wood paneling is made of denser materials than drywall and so helps to reflect sounds better.
- Wood paneling can help to insulate your home better than drywall, leading to lower energy bills.
- Wood paneling can add value to your home if you ever decide to sell. Drywall can hardly be considered an investment, while paneling adds a premium if you're considering home sales.
What is the difference between wall wainscoting and paneling?
The main difference between wainscoting and wood paneling is that wainscot typically protects the lower part of a wall. Wall paneling, on the other hand, covered any part of a wall or the entire wall.
Is it hard to install wood paneling on the wall?
No, it's actually fairly easy to install wood wall panels. However, there are a few things you need to know about installing wood wall paneling. For example, you need to make sure your walls are perfectly level. You will also want to make sure you have a straight edge to use as a guide. If you don't have a straight edge, you can use a chalk line or a level.
What is the best way to clean wood paneling in your home?
The best way to clean wood paneling in your home is to use a damp cloth. You can also use a mild soap and water solution on the wood. Avoid using harsh chemicals and abrasives to clean wood paneling since these can damage the finish.
If your paneling is badly stained and soapy water isn’t removing the stains, contact us and we will try to find a solution that won’t damage the type of paneling you have installed.
Can you paint solid wood panels?
Yes, you can paint wood paneling. In fact, painting wood paneling is a great way to give it a new look. Just be sure to use a primer designed for use on wood surfaces. Also, make sure the paint you select is designed for use on the type of wood paneling you have. For example, if you have installed pine paneling, you will want to use a paint that is designed for use on softer woods.
However, there are special considerations if you want to paint melamine or laminate panels. For specific advice regarding your paneling, contact a professional.
Is wood paneling trendy in American homes?
Wood paneling is making a comeback as a trendy design element in American homes and buildings. Historically, the walls of homes were dressed in decorative paneling if the homeowners could afford it to protect the walls. Today, many homeowners choose to add paneling to some or most of their walls as an aesthetic statement. Shiplap paneling has also become really popular in recent years.