Reclaimed wood wall panels called panels are thin layers of wood or veneer, glued to substrates to form interior wall surfaces. Panel comes in 4-by-8-foot sheets as plywood or plaster and serves as an alternative to plaster or plaster for residential walls. Wooden panel looks like real wood planks, helping to create warmer, darker rooms with rustic or natural atmosphere. But if you want to light up a panel room or cover panels with another material, you must properly prepare the tabs surface. If you do not want to remove panels yourself, your two choices are painting and wallpaper.
Painting has advantages in terms of speed and choice. With some work you can cover the panels with an interior paint the color of your choice. Proper preparation lets you keep the knotted or granular reclaimed wood wall panels of panels present after adding a new shade to the room, combining the benefits of both materials. For a paint job, you need both a proper primer and an interior latex paint.
Start by removing any shaping or trim that surrounds your reclaimed wood wall panels. If you take the trim off carefully, you may be able to reuse it, but it’s a good idea to budget for new trim. Clean the panels properly when done, and wipe them to remove dust while damping a chance to fly. Then apply joint to the largest cracks and gaps in the wood panel to smooth the grooves.