- It features tight-knit horizontal boards that are grooved so that they interlock and form a seal. It brings clean, crisp lines to your walls.
- It can be used to evoke both modern and vintage styles depending on the finish you go for. A natural wood grain looks quite classic, whereas a white or grey provides a more contemporary feel.
Board & batten
- Combines vertical boards with overlaid strips that cover the joints for some 3D texture that stands out from your wall.
- It brings more of a traditional style and sophistication to your home, making an impact on any wall even before you’ve painted it your colour of choice.
- Similarly traditional in style, it has evenly spaced grooves along the panelling and looks at home both as a floor-to-ceiling and partial wall cladding.
- They have a beaded edge milled along the tongue side and a matching rounded edge on the groove side which hides the joint, resulting in a continuous wall covering.
Tongue & groove
- Similar aesthetically to shiplap but with different connectivity, tongue and groove panelling helps the boards fit snugly together for a clean and cohesive look.
- It’s easy to look after and can be painted to suit your colour scheme, bringing a nice country cottage feel to any room without feeling too traditional.
- A simple classic, Shaker will help to smarten up any space and add character to a room without stealing focus from any statement pieces.
- Combine boards by butting them up to each other to create rectangles and get creative when it comes to colour and finish.
- Grid style panelling has a big impact, bringing historic Jacobean-influenced style that’s still simple enough to work in contemporary applications too.
- Add some extra elegance to your grids with the addition of some beading on the edge of the panelling.