Oh dear, it’s happened again. Another week, and no blog post. Sorry! If any of you made it down to designjunction last week then you will have seen the reason why I’ve slightly dropped the ball in the blogging department, but hopefully you’ll agree it was worth it.
In the meantime, I thought I’d share my latest Houzz feature which covers everything you need to know about installing your own wall panelling. If you’re looking to add an interesting feature to your home and fancy a DIY challenge, this could be right up your street. Read A Beginner’s Guide to Installing Wall Panelling to make sure you’re fully prepared to handle this like a total pro.
Wall panelling may sound like a niche subject but take a browse of the inspirational images within the article and you’ll see that it actually suits a huge range of interiors styles. From traditional period panelling to classic shaker style and even contemporary industrial settings, there’s a wall panel to suit them all.
Panelling adds interest to a space and offers a number of useful features, whether it’s to cover uneven surfaces, concealing pipework or providing a hard wearing finish to high traffic areas. I’ve even shown you how to create a panelled effect on a budget!
With expert advice from The Wall Panelling Company and mywoodwall, the article covers all the ins and outs that you need to consider before undertaking a DIY panelling project. If this isn’t enough to convince you, the lovely team at mywoodwall enjoyed the article so much they’re giving all my followers a 20% discount! Just use the code mww2016. You see? I am useful for something. You’re welcome.
Browse the stunning images below to get inspired or click here to see the article in full.
I’m definitely going to blog about the SmartHouzz and show you all the stunning images that were taken, which will also feature in my portfolio but things have been pretty hectic and aren’t showing any signs of slowing down! This is really exciting for me and I’ve got some awesome projects coming up and some lovely new clients to work with, but also an ever-increasing list of blog post ideas to write about! It’s time to get back on track.