TYPES OF WALL PANELING

Decorative wall panels are a famous and currently in trend type of a wall finish that has recently taken over a large market share when it comes to wall paneling. The reason why decorative wall panels are so much in trend these days is due to the fact that they are less costly, long lasting and because of hygiene reasons. Another benefit that comes with using these wall panels is that they have this amazing quality to hide and conceal any flaws like wiring or cables that are exposed which cannot be covered unless taken expensive measures for them.

However, as much as wall paneling is beneficial for you, there is more to know about it. Wall panels come in different types and material which is why we have mentioned a brief about each of them for you.

  1. Gypsum Panels:

Gypsum panels are known to be one of the most popular wall panels as they are made with a combination of plaster and other materials. One tip that everyone should keep in mind is that gypsum panels are not to be used in places which require frequent mechanical impact. They are also very fragile when it comes to moisture therefore, the best applications for it could be a bedroom, living room, office but not a balcony or gallery.

  1. Wooden Panel Walls:

These type of textured wall panels are made from chip board, veneer or natural wood. The pricing factor of wooden panel walls mainly depends on the type of wood used. The good part about this panel is that they come in a wide range of designs and can be used for classic interior designing as well as for any basic look too.

  1. Fabric Panels

Fabric panels, as the name suggests, are very soft to touch and can be used specially in upholstery purposes. The most commonly used designs for fabric panels are squares and rectangles. A lot of people use fabric panels for a single wall of a bedroom or as heads on their beds.

  1. Leather Panels

Leather panels are known to be similar to fabric panels mainly due to their qualities and soft texture that both of them offer. However, the major difference is that as we all know, leather is an expensive material, hence, leather panels are also pretty expensive but immensely beautiful. As leather is of warm in nature, these panels are warm to touch as well. One can also look for alternatives for this if they are looking for cost cutting measures as there are a variety of leather types available that are not purely leather but have similar qualities and are pretty cheaper as well.