281,256 cherry paneling Home Design Photos

SHED Architecture & Design
4 Reviews
Barn Conversion
Ideabooks4,817
Questions1
.?? Color of wood panel possible glaze for wood timbers?
Salvage wood wall paneling - maybe for bathroom or bedroom?
barn board panelling
Wood paneling...Timber panels...wood paneling
“Wall” — kitchencookies
Gregory Phillips Architects
Gregory Phillips
Ideabooks1,946
Questions3
Can you share the data/details on the wall behind the couch? Is it fabric wrapped panels or something of the like? Is this designer inspired? Where can something like this be purchased?
If you have unsightly brick or wood paneled walls, but aren't ready to call a contractor, use upholstery as an elegant cover up.
“Wall panelling” — barbaraperak
Angela Todd Designs
18 Reviews
Craftsman Remodel
Ideabooks25,739
Questions12
maybe we should try to match the stair paneling to paneling behind seating and storage area
Nice trim and 2 panel doors
I like the color of the walls up against the white and the paneling in the storage area
Panelling and hooks...recessed panel
“Stair” — gloriak21
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Colorful Vintage Finds fill a Chic Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks4,941
Questions4
panels behind the stove
Wood panelling at the back
Timber wall paneling
Reclaimed wood paneling
Wood wall panel
“colorful and rustic” — bethanykraus
Elizabeth Gordon
Hollywood Residence
Ideabooks14,946
Questions24
Where can I purchase these panels? I love them....
rods for panels whose are they
How did you order these drapes as four panels or one pair of drapes and two panels?
Roman shades and pole hung panels
Compare fullness 2 to 1 1/2 panel width
Tucked/pleated roman shades. Uniform folds sewn 4 to 5 inches apart give this style of roman shade body and substance. Their cascading panels stack neatly on top of one another when raised. Spaced approximately 6 to 8-inches apart, rod pockets and dowel inserts sewn into the shade give the
Tucked/pleated roman shades. Uniform folds sewn 4 to 5 inches apart give this style of roman shade body and substance. Their cascading panels stack neatly on top of one another when raised. Spaced approximately 6 to 8-inches apart, rod pockets and dowel inserts sewn into the shade give the design body
“Window treatment ideas” — Terry N Ciesla
D for Design
7 Reviews
D for Design - Morning Canyon - Corona del Mar Ca
Ideabooks9,760
Questions11
I have this type of corner with only about 4" on the adjoining sides of the window which also necessitates a very slim fabric panel. Will i need to go custom?
a pair of brackets and panels on the window on the right and a bracket in the corner on the left with it's on panel. Then the panels pretty much hide everything in the corner once your done. Depending on the actual size of the window, it's usually alright to have the panel cover part of the window
window so you won't have to make the panels too skinny
Mounting. Proportion is affected by where your window treatment is mounted. Generally speaking, the longer your panel, the fuller it will need to be, so mounting your panel or valance at the ceiling will require more fullness than if you mount it inside the window or just above the frame.
“Kitchen door treatments” — rothesaydl1
Dayna Katlin Interiors
1 Review
Game table
Ideabooks3,705
Questions7
Like the idea of mirrors in the panelling
Fretwork/antique mirrored panel doors
We carry the 3 panel Marika http://www.houzz.com/photos/3394291/www-essentialsinside-com--Avidan-3-Panel-Mirror-Screen-eclectic-screens-and-wall-dividers-philadelphia
paneled mirror...Panel mirrors...mirror panels
“The miror oldfashion” — Jano Mtz
Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
Laundry
Ideabooks27,963
Questions12
V-groove paneling, most likely MDF. You can buy the materials from a lumberyards or even some big box stores carry it, but not as many options as you would have through
V-groove paneling, most likely MDF. You can buy the materials from a lumberyards or even some big box stores carry it, but not as many options as you would have through the lumberyard.
Paneled wall area with pole and folding table
“rail” — vonnieb
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