Wooden panels have been applied as an exchange for concrete walls in Western typed houses. Marginally, they make lighter and convertible constructions. Some wooden panels appear work together with the walls i.e. wainscoting board.
Apparently, wooden panels look just dearly with any of our personal touch in terms of decorating.
Most wooden panels I saw in the pictures are painted in crisp white. The bright shade brings opportunity for the concrete part of the walls to appear in distinctive shades. A laundry room featuring white wainscoting panels layering the bottom-half of the room dimension has contrastive burgundy walls. And a cozy chic bedroom shows how a white wainscoting looks good together with gray walls extending to the ceiling. Not only dark and medium shades, but you can pair your white painted wainscoting with elegant khaki walls beneath the showering golden lighting. The whiteness will dampen the brightness other colors emit.
Meanwhile, other rooms decide to accompany white painted panels with natural colored wooden panels. I have seen it come with timber panels taking over the entire surface of the wall in a fairly measured proportion. If not timber, then honey colored wooden makes another good alternative.
Unlike the first two described way of personalizing wood panels, this tip may look much simpler. You don’t have to pair your wooden panels with colored concrete walls. You can leave wainscoting job. Simply cover the entire side of your rooms with monotone wood panels. No, they won’t be boring, if you count how much decorative knickknacks littering in your rooms. This has proven genius to celebrate the look of a posh classic living room, having the light gray panels surrounding. Then there is still traditional American bedroom featuring white wooden panels as the wall. To summarize, there is always something you can do for your wooden panels. That includes coloring and pairing.