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A wall panel is single piece of material, usually flat and cut into a rectangular shape, that serves as the visible and exposed covering for a wall. Wall panels are functional as well as decorative, providing insulation and soundproofing, combined with uniformity of appearance, along with some measure of durability or ease of replace ability. While there is no set size limit for a piece of material fulfilling these functions, the maximum practical size for wall panels has been suggested to be 24 inches by 8 feet, to allow for transportation. Use of wall panels can reduce construction costs by providing a consistent appearance to the paneled surface without requiring the application of paint or another finishing material. Wall panels may be finished on only one side, if the other side is going to be against a brick or concrete wall, or a comparable structure. Alternately, the panels may, if assembled to an appropriate framework, substitute for having any other kind of wall at all. Holes may be cut or drilled into a wall panel to accommodate electrical outlets and other devices coming out of the wall.
Another use of decorative wall panels that gets overlooked is to reinforce walls. If you have older walls that could use some reinforcement, then wall panels are an option. There are a variety of styles, textures and finishes for you to choose from when it comes to decorative wall panels. What you buy depends on the use of the panel, or your goals for home decor. If your primary purpose is function, such as wall reinforcement or the reduction of noise, then it doesn't matter what panel style you select. However, if you want to decorate your home with the panels, then everything from the fabric to the texture of the panel will be important.
TYPES OF WALL PANELING
Wall paneling is an architectural element often installed in residential or commercial buildings. Decorative wall paneling is installed over walls to add aesthetic appeal, while other types of paneling may be added for their functional or structural characteristics. There are many types of wall panel.
-CORIAN WALL PANEL
-DECORATIVE WALL PANEL
CORIAN WALL PANEL
DuPont™ Corian® solid surface brings the same beauty to partitions and vertical surfaces as it does to countertops, tables, and bars. For ever and ever smooth to touch, a wall panel in Corian® gives beauty and a reassuring permanence to any space, and, with numerous innovative strategies, such as inlaying, Corian® solid surface may be converted into a work of art or an facts device. While you’re designing a high-visibility place that virtually need to have that wow-aspect or a high-visitors region that desires to resist heavy use and nevertheless look like new, wall panels, partitions, and interior cladding created with DuPont™ Corian® supply the right mixture of functionality and splendor. Let your creativity off the chain with Corian® solid floor, you have got the electricity to pleasure clients and customers with practical interiors so one can additionally make an indelible aesthetic impression.
DECORATIVE WALL PANEL
Decorative wall panels are available in many different materials. They are often used to change the look of the wall, but may also be installed to help protect the wall from damage. Wains coting is one of the most commonly used wall panels. Decorative wall panels can help hide faulty walls and make a room look elegant. They can be an affordable way to add style while covering up walls that you don't want people to see. The fact that they're lightweight and easy to install makes them very popular. However, there are other benefits and uses for the panels that you may not have thought about. A few are listed below.
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