I love the contrast of the cream and rust red paint colours paired with the traditional elements of the rest of the room. In this bedroom they’ve opted for slim profile in the width size and elongated the length on the upper halves. A thick and bold panel design is further enhanced by using a dark grey colour.
Adding the duck blue colour at the bottom of the walls helps to soften the space up. The panel detailing doesn’t get lost with the pattern, instead you have multiple canvases to look at through out the room. The wall panelling depth is only slight, giving it a subtle interest to the room.
With the panelling only going half way up the room is still lends to a neutral calming space. It has the parquetry floor, the gorgeous ceiling medallion and mouldings all painted white.
It looks unusual and elegant and absolutely love the hidden door to the storage room. Some more hidden storage ideas with this dining room opting for built in along the back wall.
A panelled wall makes a stunning feature for a backdrop to a free standing tub. This modern apartment living room uses panelling to highlight the patterned wallpaper used for the design.
Using panelled walls compliments this dark and moody interior living room perfectly. Making it a lovely transitional living room with neutral tones and traditional furniture pieces.