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Wood wall panelling bedroom ideas

Interior Design

4 min read
Wood wall panelling bedroom ideas

Bedrooms are a place to relax and unwind in

The bedroom is one of the only rooms in your home that is your personal space – a place to relax and unwind in or retreat to when you need some time to yourself.

The primary function of a bedroom is as a place to sleep in! Getting a good night’s sleep is thought to be fundamental to the functionality of a person’s well-being. A shortage of good-quality sleep causes tiredness, which in turn can result in a lack of concentration, lower immunity and even a suppressed appetite.

The bedroom is one of the only rooms in your home that is your personal space – a place to relax and unwind in or retreat to when you need some time to yourself.

Choosing the right colour scheme for your bedroom can also affect your quality of sleep

Whilst many people will assume that a comfortable mattress and nice bedlinen is key to a good nights’ sleep, choosing the right interior colour scheme for your bedroom can also affect your quality of sleep!

For bedroom ideas, you're spoilt for choice

There’s certainly a lot of bedroom ideas to explore, and the internet is the ideal place to start. From sources such as Pinterest and Houzz, to online interior specialists, there’s a huge amount of inspiration right at your fingertips!

A neutral bedroom colour scheme doesn't always help

Contrary to popular belief, a neutral bedroom doesn’t always make for a good night’s sleep! Likewise, a bedroom in a bright colour such as red is thought to increase heart rate, which is likely to have the opposite of being a calming space.

Try to make your bedroom warm, inviting and free from clutter

Fundamentally, a bedroom should be warm, inviting and free from clutter, with minimum external noise levels, so that you start to relax from the moment you step foot in your bedroom.

Wood wall panels offer insulative properties, which makes them a good choice for bedrooms

Fitting wood wall panelling or cork panels in a bedroom might not seem the most obvious choice for a wallcovering. Still, unlike paint or wallpaper, specific wooden wall panelling ranges offers insulative properties. Fabulous to look at, some also offer superior sound absorption and retaining heat, making them a very attractive proposition for the interior walls of a bedroom.

Wall paneling that offers great looks with acoustic properties

WVH wall panelling range offers great looks coupled with acoustic properties, it’s so much more than just a wall panel! Its visual appeal is largely down to its distinct surface. Offered in both ‘rustic’ and ‘contemporary’ finishes, each surface is available in a selection of wood veneer strips, which are in turn backed in a unique felt like material. The backing material is responsible for providing the superior sound absorption properties, whilst also adding to the overall appeal.

Fully or part-clad walls the choice is yours

WVH wood panels can be used in all ways, as fully clad walls, part clad walls and even in sections to create a dramatic feature headboard.

If fitted over an entire wall, wood paneling creates a fabulous focal point in a room.

It can be used to clad the inside of external walls providing added insulation, perfect for a loft conversion bedroom that might be susceptible to the elements!

It’s also a great product to use on a party wall between adjacent properties, to reduce sounds levels from noisy neighbours!

Wood wall panels that help alleviate sound waves

WVH wood panels will also help to alleviate sound travelling from an adjacent bathroom or children’s bedroom, making it a truly flexible wallcovering solution for any bedroom.

Equally stylish is simply the use of a feature panel of WVH wood panels. Positioned directly behind the headboard, it leads the eye to the bed whilst adding to the juxtaposition of textures and soft furnishings.

If the panel is to be purely a feature on the wall, it can be cited almost anywhere.

Being supplied in planks, WVH wood panels are simple to cut, too! A couple of panels fixed to a low-level wall or boxed section are sure to create a bedhead that’ll look like it’s been bought from an iconic, design-led furniture store!

How to install wood wall panels

Wood wall panels can be used on ceilings too

But its uses aren’t limited to walls. In fact, WVH wood panels can be used on ceilings too, often with very dramatic effects. So, if your home is an apartment or flat, and you struggle with sound pollution from the property above, consider cladding your bedroom ceiling with it for a more peaceful nights’ sleep!

We love to see how our customers have used their a bedroom wood wall panelling, so if you’ve recently had some installed in your bedroom, we’d be delighted to hear from you!

Expert guidance

Are you looking for premium wall panelling that seamlessly blends sophistication with durability and value for money? Look no further; with over 40 years of experience supplying luxury wood products our wood wall panels are available in numerous colours and styles, so you can achieve the look you always wanted for your home.

So why wait? Browse our wood wall panelling range today.

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