In all the years of mine of working as an interior decorator, I’ve never come across an area of interest that is so misunderstood as Wood Grain Wall Paneling. I am here to set the record straight on this particular kind of wall paneling. I am going to do my best to describe to you what’s available in wood grain wall paneling. So join me as I walk you through what’s being offered in the world of wood grain wall structure paneling. You are going to find out you’ve an excellent variety of styles to choose between. After having provided it some time and thought, I have put together a few short definitions of the different kinds of wood grain wall paneling available today. This isn’t your grandfather’s wall paneling.
Okay, so let’s check out wood grain wall structure paneling. This’s the kind of paneling most individuals consider when the topic of wall paneling comes up. Wood grain paneling comes in an assortment of colors and planking widths. Your wood grain options are Beaded Birch, Frosted Maple, Beaded White, Honey Birch, Lite Birch, Westminster White, Provincial Pine, Paintable Deep Beaded, Oakdale, Fireside Cherry, Plain White Perforated Utility Panel and Oakdale Perforated Utility Panel.
I will try to describe these wood grain wall coverings to the best of the ability of mine. The Beaded Birch has a medium brown discoloration with double cut grooves cut down the length of the panel roughly 2 inches apart. The Frosted Maple is really a grayish off-white stain. This panel in addition has double cut grooves cut down the length of the panel about two inches apart.
The Beaded White is a white-colored stain with double-cut grooves cut down the length of the panel roughly 2 inches apart. The Honey Birch is a medium dark brown stain with single grooves running down the measurements of the control panel alternating between 4 and 6 inches apart.
The Lite Birch is a lighter brown stain with single grooves running down the measurements of the panel alternating between four and six inches apart. The Westminster White is, of course, white discoloration. Westminster White control panel is a smooth panel and doesn’t have any grooves.
Next we’ve Provincial Pine. Provincial Pine is a gentle brown stain with double cut grooves cut down the length of the panel approximately 4 inches apart. Paintable Deep Beaded it has a white stain. It has the style of common bead board. This panel has double cut grooves cut on the length of the board approximately two inches apart.
Next we have Oakdale. Oakdale is really a medium deep brown stain panel with double cut grooves cut down the length of the panel around 4 inches apart. Now we are at Fireside Cherry. Fireside Cherry is a strong dark brown stain. This panel has a single black groove going on the length of the control panel alternating between 4 and 6 inches apart.
The next 2 wood grain wall panels are perforated. These sections are labeled as Utility Wall Panels. The holes on these panels serve a purpose. What you do is install these panels in your garage or workshop over the wide open studs of the wall structure, so there is an open house behind the perforated panel. You will find several types of hooks and holders you can buy at any nearby hardware store which usually slide into these perforations. After you implement the hooks which you decide on, you will be ready to hang your tools, winter shovels, brooms, gardening tools and nearly anything within a reasonable size and weight. You will discover a wide variety of shelves and small storage products which are made to hold on perforated utility panels.
The first of these two perforated panels stands out as the Plain White Perforated Utility Panel. That pretty much states it all. This is a white tarnished 4′ x 8′ perforated wall board. The second perforated electric board is called the Oakdale Perforated wall structure board. This 4′ x 8′ perforated electric wall board is done in a medium dark oak finish. If you’re searching for an attractive wood completed energy panel to plan your tools and supplies, then this panel is ideal for you.
So now you know what is available in respect to wood grain wall paneling. Wood grain wall structure paneling is simply a small part of what is available in wall paneling on the whole. I will follow up in the future with much more info on remaining kinds of wall paneling. I hope this helps you to know what is available with regards to wall paneling on the wood grain type.