In the mid-20th century, wood paneling was all the rage, before falling out of fashion for years. The first thing to go, if you wanted an upgraded house, was the wood paneling on the walls. To substitute what was seen as dated wood we use designs, vibrant, elegant colors. But wood paneling is back now. People in a lot of modern types are discovering inventive ways to use it. Indoor and outdoor wood wall panel fit well into the updated, modern home, with some sleek geometry, innovative designs and light colors. For some ways of using wood paneling in your modern home, read on.
Create sleek lines
A great feature of wood paneling is that sleek architecture can be made. You can get a more streamlined, geometric appearance by cutting the paneling into narrow strips. Good geometry is very much about modern structures, so this is a crucial way to use wood paneling in a new design. It adds aesthetic impact and dramatic geometry to shift the orientation of paneling between the ceiling and the walls. With narrow panels on the ceiling and wider panels on the wall, you can also try turning it up.
Create segmented spaces
Some other way for modern wood paneling to be incorporated is to use it on only a small portion of the room. A small area of paneling surrounded by white walls in the picture above really makes the room look more modern. A sudden shift in texture generates the wood field, creating aesthetic value. The wood paneling often serves as a visual barrier across the TV to the seating room, which is a good way to distinguish various spaces in the open-concept environments for which modern spaces are known.
Opt for rustic chic
Some other way for modern wood paneling to be incorporated is to use it on only a small proportion of the room. A small area of paneling surrounded by white walls in the picture above really makes the room look more modern. A sudden shift in texture generates the wood field, creating aesthetic value.
Go for geometry in three-dimensions
Another alternative for upgrading the wood paneling design is to seek a three-dimensional layout. This is simple to achieve: just lift a few panels above the main background. It’s a quirky style that fits contemporary trends well, as modern aesthetics tend to turn towards innovative geometry and home features in three dimensions. What’s more, this concept is extremely versatile.
Using light colors and plenty of windows
Cling to paneling, which has lighter colors for a fresh take on a modern room. Generally speaking, lighter colors make the room feel more spacious. The light color of the walls breaks up the wood paneling on the ceiling and floors, and an important focus point is provided by the light grey stone on the fireplace. Many people with modern tastes can feel cramped with a surplus of wood, comparing it to a cozy cabin. With lots of natural light, above that, the style offsets this terror.