Nowadays wooden panels and sidings not only help to create support for the interior and exterior parts of a home, but can be used as décor elements as well. These have specific functions and purposes away from the traditional purposes that they used to serve in olden homes and buildings. Today you might choose wooden timber work inside galleries and museums which are placed in order to help hide away stereo speakers and other electronic devices.
Décor element features
The architectural panel systems can be diverse and act as great ways to break up an existing wall space. Often the upper or the lower half of the walls is paneled in different ways. These could include creation of a faux finish or installation of wainscoting. There are several other modern methods in vogue these days that can help one to create décor effects and help to break up an existing space in different ways. The use of this kind of woodwork is in vogue in business premises as well.
Use of woodwork on office walls
In business ratings the architectural panel systems find diverse uses. For instance, there are portable or temporary panels that are created. This helps to divide an office space into different cubicles. In most offices the panels are in the form of modular units that are created out of faux wood or metal. These are then covered with textured materials or fabrics. In come cases paneling or use of wallpaper is also seen in order to create an aesthetically pleasing effect. Some panels also provide sound absorbing effects. The acoustical effects of these panel systems create the perfect environment for studios.
Visual appeal in homes
The wall panels used in homes can be used to create distinct visual appeal in different ways. Those who are looking to create a wooden walling effect can look at faux panels or at faux finishes which work well and come within one’s budget. Trimmings are also added to the walls in order to create the look of inlaid paneling. Often painting the molding and lining up the wall with faux panels helps to create a distinct look and feel on the walls of a room.
Installation of temporary units in homes
Many homeowners who wish to use fabric panels in a quick and inexpensive way can use them in garages, attics or basements in order to create a finished look. These are often made of heavy fabrics and can be created for placing on unfinished ceilings or walls, which gives a refined look to any space and costs less as well as takes less time to be constructed. Thus, the paneling systems have evolved much in modern times.