Interior Designer Anne Tuohy shows how great wall panelling can easily transform a home.
I absolutely love panelling. After paint, panelling is one of the most transformational improvements you can make to your home. It is also a relatively inexpensive thing to do, and incredibly practical if you have small children.
It really doesn’t matter whether your house is a traditional cottage, a more classically styled home, or if it’s quite contemporary in design, there is a style of panelling to suit all. You can even put panelling over tiles in a bathroom, although the application process is slightly different.
I am going to share with you a few different styles of panelling that I have used recently
Which do you prefer?
Simple square panelling
This simple square edged panelling works equally well in a classical style property like this new home, as it does in a more contemporary home.
Classical moulded panelling
This moulded style of panelling definitely is better suited to a period style home. This is a brand new build family home, with Georgian influences. The moulded detail, and the raised panelling echoes the detail of the skirting and plaster coving, and also the four panel doors.
Tongue and Groove Panelling
Tongue and groove panelling is the simplest style of panelling, and is particularly effective in a country setting.
This simple style of flat moulding works particularly well in a small WC, where you can team it up with some stunning wallpaper. It is also such a practical solution in a high traffic area.
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