So join me as I actually walk you through what is being offered in the world of wood grain wall paneling. You will find out that you have a good variety of styles to choose from. After having given it some time and thought, I have put together some short definitions of the several types of solid wood grain wall paneling available today. This isn’t your grandfather’s wall paneling. Typically the Lite Birch is a lighter brown stain with single grooves running over the length of the -panel alternating between 4 and 6 inches apart. The Westminster White is, of course, white stain. Westminster White panel is a smooth panel and has no grooves.
Okay, so let’s look into wood feed wall paneling. This is the sort of paneling most people think of when the subject of wall paneling comes up. Wood materials paneling comes in a variety of colors and planking widths. Your wood grain choices are Beaded Birch, Frosted Maple, Beaded White, Honey Birch, Lite Birch, Westminster White, Provincial Pine, Paintable Deep Beaded, Oakdale, Fireside Cherry, Simple White Perforated Utility Panel and Oakdale Perforated Energy Panel. I will try to describe these solid wood grain wall panels to the most of my capacity. The Beaded Birch has a medium brown stain with double-cut grooves slice down the length of the panel approximately 2 inches apart. The Frosted Maple is a grayish off-white stain. This screen also has double-cut grooves cut down the size of the panel approximately 2 inches apart.
The Beaded White is a white stain with double-cut grooves cut down the length of the Shower Wall Panels approximately 2 in . apart. The Honey Birch is a medium-dark brownish stain with single grooves running down the length of the panel alternating between 4 and 6th inches apart.
Next we have Provincial Pine. Provincial Pine is a light brown stain which has double-cut grooves lessen the duration of the panel roughly 4 inches apart. Paintable Deep Beaded comes with a white stain. It has the look of typical bead board. This particular panel has double-cut grooves lessen the length of the panel approximately 2 inches apart.
Next we have Oakdale. Oakdale is a medium dark brownish stain panel with double-cut grooves cut down the length of the -panel approximately 4 inches separate. So now we are at Fireside Cherry. Fireside Cherry is a heavy dark brown stain. This particular panel has an individual dark-colored groove going down the size of the panel alternating between 4 and 6 inches apart.
The next 2 wood grain wall solar panels are perforated. These sections are called Utility Walls Panels. The holes on these panels serve a purpose. What you do is set up these panels in your workshop or garage over the open studs of the wall, so there is an open space behind the perforated panel. There are all types of hooks and slots you can purchase at your local hardware store that glide into these perforations. Following you apply the tow hooks that you choose, you will be able to hold your tools, brooms, winter shovels, gardening tools and just about anything within a reasonable size and weight. There are a wide variety of shelves and small safe-keeping units that are made to hang on perforated utility panels.