In step with the uptake in DIY home projects over the past 18 months, the scope of wall panel options has grown significantly.
Brought to market in early July, Cavetto is the new lining board product that reads like a love letter to curves and arches, which have recently grown in popularity.
“Wall panelling is a very fashionable addition to the home and the trend is here to stay,” says Fred Quinsey, managing director. “There are so many choices to match the vast range of decorating and architectural styles. Intrim offers FSC-certified FJ Pine timber for most moulding profiles. FSC timber is sourced from renewable and responsibly managed forests.”
Made at Intrim’s Australian manufacturing facility in Picton, NSW, the tongue-and-groove Cavetto boards clip together easily for a quick and effective covering that can be used to dress an entire feature wall. Each panel measures 185mm wide and boasts two distinct scallops which, when joined together, create a continuous scalloped effect. Made from MDF and available in lengths up to 5.4m, seamless and join-free results are guaranteed. Paint to match your room decor or make a statement with colour to draw the eye to the wall panelling.
Another popular panelling option is VJ Board Pro, characterised by large sheets (up to 5.4m in length) and efficient installation. Run vertically or horizontally, they make a fuss-free wall covering that suits a variety of architectural styles, from Hamptons to coastal and country farmhouse aesthetics.
For a narrower line of sight, consider Intrim’s lining boards. Offering the same look as VJ Board Pro but with a slimmer profile, they are great for wet areas or places where larger panels are not practical. Both VJ Board Pro and lining boards will create the same type of look and can be run vertically or horizontally on a wall or used as a ceiling lining.
Synonymous with Hamptons styling, wainscoting wall panelling is a classic look that never goes out of style. The inlay mould choices and styles of wainscoting allow for stunning creativity and personalisation.
Wall battens and timber mouldings are flying off the shelves and onto walls across the country. Different types and shapes of wall battens and mouldings can be used to create artwork treatments on walls and furniture facings.
For a free sample or a free quote, or to peruse the network of preferred installers, visit the Intrim website.
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