'LAMBRIS' WALL PANELING IN THE SPOTLIGHT
In this blog post we put our ‘Lambris’ paneling in the spotlight not only because of its aesthetical value, but also its functional qualities. Moreover, paneling fits all interior styles. Create character in your space in a simple and budget-friendly way.
Paneling can be used to ‘dress’ your space. A way to add depth, structure and therefore character to your space. The panels can be painted over perfectly, adding a colourful touch. Black painted paneling combined with a wall in the same colour can add a stylish and luxurious feel to your interior. Combining black paneling with a white wall results in a beautiful monochrome effect.
Paneling certainly does not always have to be installed in classical styled interiors. Maestro proves that this interior style not only fits in a country cottage style, but also in a contemporary interior.
Wooden paneling in your interior not only adds aesthetic value, but can also be functional. For example, make sure that the top has a certain depth, so you can put all kinds of stuff on it. Paneling can make a hallway seem longer, or can make a high space more cosy. Paneling is also the ideal solution when the underlying wall is damaged or uneven. You can easily cover damage or imperfections with the panels.
Maestro's high-quality paneling is ideal for the creative do-it-yourselfer. How these panels are installed is explained in this blog post. The different components for installation can be found here.
Make sure you have completely stripped the underlying wall of any previous panelling or skirting. Measure everything and calculate how many packs you will be needing. Also consider the possible finishing accessories which will be needed.
1 If you don't install between two walls: attach the end profile to your wall where you want the paneling to end. If you do install the paneling between two walls, you do not need the end profile.
2 Determine the desired height and, if necessary, saw the panels to size. Attach your cornice to the end profile.
3 Attach the fixing profile to the bottom of your wall.
4 Attach the cornice at the top, if necessary saw it to size.
5 Attach the 3 middle profiles to the wall with a maximum distance of 30 cm between them.
6 Attach the skirting board to the mounting profile. If necessary, cut it to the correct length.
7 Slide the 1st panel upwards and then downwards.
8 Slide the panel into the vertical cornice
9 Continue to apply the panels and fix them with staples or screws.
10 You can now paint over your paneling. Lightly sand the paneling before you start painting.
Note: If you have a corner in your room, it is best to finish it with a flexible frame that you can fold into an inner or outer corner profile.
The panels are sold at a recommended retail price of € 29.99 incl. VAT per pack. One pack contains 12 panels and corresponds to 1.2 meters of paneling.