Artifactory Peel & Stick Plank & Mill Wood Wall Paneling
Last updated date: May 13, 2022
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In our analysis, the Artifactory Artifactory Peel & Stick Plank & Mill Wood Wall Paneling placed 9th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
One of the ways we like to go above and beyond to provide the best service possible is by covering any knot holes that naturally occur in the weathered rustic wood from the back so you won’t need to paint or do any surface prep to your walls. We almost forgot to mention the best part… no power tools are necessary when installing your wood planks! The installation is really as simple as peel and stick. When you reach an edge where a plank needs to be cut to size, you make your mark and you can use a standard utility knife to make a couple passes on either side of the plank and snap off the excess! Obviously for larger projects an electric saw of sorts would cut your project time down but if that’s not your style, no worries you can do it all with a pencil, level, and utility knife. A few more tid bits: To help get started instructions are included in/on the package. We like point out that wood is a natural product so it can and will vary in color, texture and grain. The reclaimed wood has been exposed to the elements and has naturally changed color. These natural characteristics are part of the unique beauty of the real wood and therefore, every order contains an assortment of the different color variations.
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An Overview On Wall Panelings
Like all other kinds of décor, wall paneling goes in and out of style. Installing hardwood planks and other cumbersome materials takes a lot of time, effort and money, but today there are lightweight, cheaper options that you can install in a few hours.
A shining example of this is stick-on panels. There are now 3D types that mimic the look of brick, PVC options with exciting textures, faux tiles, faux wood and varieties made from 100% natural wood panels.
PVC 3D panels can be futuristic-looking and are suitable for walls, ceilings and even customized headboards on beds. You’ll see them in restaurants, hotels, upscale bars and gaming rooms, but people also like using them in other spaces.
Like the PVC, faux brick panels have an industrial look, but they can also be rustic, modern or upscale; white brick looks especially lovely in kitchens and bathrooms.
Wood paneling planks can be made from natural wood or painted to look just like it and if you’re concerned about wood sustainability, check to see if the product is FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified.
The planks can be horizontal, vertical or in different patterns like herringbone, with variegated tones and distressed finishes like flaking. You can go for an understated look or something bolder like redwood.
The best thing about these kinds of wall panels is the easy installation. Of course, you’ll need to measure the walls first to see how many panels you need to order, but you won’t need too many tools besides a measuring tape.
You will need to clean and dry the wall first, and be sure to follow all manufacturer instructions. Then, peel off the panel backings and stick them up. Use a utility knife to trim the panels as needed.
The Wall Paneling Buying Guide
- If you plan to cover a lot of wall space, only order one box of paneling first to make sure that it’s what you want.
- PVC 3D panels are thicker than most.
- Real wood panels will have natural variations in color and texture.
- To prepare a cut for a panel to fit at the end of a row, put its end in the corner and mark where it overlaps the previous board.
- After removing the panels from the box, lay them out on the floor in front of the wall to figure out what the wall layout should look like.
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