Wooden Wall Panelling
Acoustical Wooden Wall Panelling
High density MDF or HDF boards are the key Ingredients used in making wooden grooved Acoustic Panels. These panels have grooves on front face with 10mm Dia round holes on back side covered with black acoustic fleece. Providing excellent surface for sound absorption the mechanism of grooved construction leads to unique design patterns along with variety of color shades thereby providing rich ambience to your interiors.
In order to obtain the best decorative effect, we advise you to follow the points below:
1. Display all the panels before fitting.
2. Arrange them aesthetically with regard to their shade and grain.
3. Install the planks/ wall panels accordingly. With each order, it is recommended to allow for some extra panels to accommodate for visual variations.
- Choice of Veneers, Laminate and Paint finish with multiple groove options
- rear side 10mm perforation with black acoustic fleece.
Types of Wood Wall Panelling:
- Tongue and Groove:
This type of panelling features interlocking edges, with one side having a groove and the other a protruding tongue. The panels fit snugly together, creating a seamless and classic look.
- Flat Panels:
Flat wood panels are simple and modern, offering a clean and contemporary appearance. They are often used to achieve a minimalist look.
Advantages of Wood Wall Panelling:
- Aesthetic Appeal:
Wood panelling adds a natural and elegant touch to any interior, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere.
- Insulation and Acoustics:
Wood has natural insulating properties, which can help regulate the temperature of a room. Additionally, wood panels can improve acoustics by reducing sound reverberation.
- Hide Imperfections:
Panelling can cover up imperfections in the walls, such as cracks or uneven surfaces, providing a smooth and polished finish.
High-quality wood panelling is durable and long-lasting, making it a worthwhile investment for your home.
- Easy Maintenance:
Wood panels are relatively easy to clean and maintain, especially when treated with a protective finish.
Wood wall panelling comes in various designs and finishes, allowing you to choose the style that best compliments your interior decor.