Textures can bring calm, warmth, or even guidance. They stimulate our senses of touch and affect our visual perception. Because of the way light and shadows form, they can be distinguished from other surfaces by the irregularities and shapes found in certain textures. Many find the idea of a space with only white walls and smooth walls to be boring. The addition of paints and other embellishments can transform a space to emphasize certain areas or create new, attractive visuals. Textured walls are a popular way to give prominence to an interior space. This can be done either by using the structural system of building, such as bricks or exposed concrete walls, or by adding different coatings later.
3D decorative panels are a type of cladding that is gaining attention recently. These sheets have three-dimensional drawings and add depth to walls. These panels can be made in a variety of materials, including cement, plaster, and cement. However, PVC panels have been a popular option due to their aesthetics and ease-of-installation.
Decorative Ceiling Tiles produces a variety of PVC cladding panels in a multitude of different patterns and textures. There are many sizes to choose from, which allows for flexibility. They are not meant to be added to entire spaces as they can be used to accent a space. Below are some suggestions for the most common locations.
Interior design projects can feel drastically different if one surface is different from the others. This can be seen as a wall with a different color to the rest. It can either be subtle or stark contrasted.
The space between the sinks and the top cabinets in kitchens acts as a barrier against water splashes. It can also be decorated with different textures than the rest of your kitchen.
You can use three-dimensional panels as a headboard for your bedroom up to a certain height. This creates a focal point and highlight in your bedroom.
Installation of the pieces requires no skilled labor and is very simple. It is important to measure the wall space to determine the correct amount of pieces or extra pieces needed to fill in any gaps. Panels are attached to the wall by glue and can be inserted into each other without leakage to create any type of pattern or composition. A video is also provided by the manufacturer with installation tips.