The paneled ceiling gives a warm and cozy side to a room. It can take a modern or traditional aspect according to your desires. The paneled ceiling can be laid in different ways. It is therefore a very interesting alternative to other types of ceilings.
What is the wood panel ceiling?
The paneled ceiling is a ceiling made slats that can be made of different materials like the wood (oak, fir, chestnut), the PVC, the stucco, the marble.
Wood remains the most frequently used material for paneling. It can be subject to various finishes: the wood paneling can be stained, painted, varnished or waxed.
To install a wood-paneled ceiling, two solutions are possible. You can fix the paneling on wooden battens or metal profiles which then serve as framework.
You can also use the suspended ceiling method: the frame of your ceiling is then fixed to suspensions.
If the wood-paneled ceiling is installed under a roof, effective insulation must be put in place. The insulation can be integrated directly into the paneled ceiling thanks to a double frame system.
Advantages and disadvantages of the wood panel ceiling
The wood-paneled ceiling has many advantages. First, it allows to quickly give a one-piece makeover, camouflaging a damaged ceiling. Your room has a very high ceiling? Put up a suspended ceiling in paneling to give it a warmer side! In addition, the wood-paneled ceiling adapts to all types of interiors as it can be customized very easily. Finally, installed as a double wall, it effectively isolates cold and noise.
If it has many advantages, the ceiling paneling also has some disadvantages: it is relatively complex to ask, and even more to remove. So you will need call a professional to make sure of the good finish of the work. The paneled ceiling is also more expensive to install than a traditional ceiling.