Wood wall art panels – Coating panel walls with light color brighten the entire room while neutral tones lift the panel’s gloomy look with a sense of gentle heat. Before painting panels must be sanded to remove its glossy surface. Scratches, holes and scratches are filled, then a layer of primer underway before the ink. Very dark panel may require two coats of paint to completely block out the gloomy background.
A roller with a thick nap levels of remaining dents and panels are uneven texture to leave a velvety finish. Wood wall art panels sometimes get a bad rap because of the older, less expensive installations where panels looked artificial. Today’s panels, however, give you a variety of styles and choices can warm up your camper trailer and give a “homey” look and feel. Easy to install, you can tear out your old siding and replace it with panels, or fixed panels over the old siding – it’s your choice.
Cut away openings for electrical outlets or switches by measuring from the nearest sheet paneling over to the electrical box. Measure from the floor (or down from the ceiling) to determine the edges of the electrical cabinet. Notate height and width of the box, as well as the distance from the object and the ceiling or floor.
Transfer measurements to the back of a sheet of wood wall art panels, marking the exact contours of the electrical box of height and width, with the distance from the floor or ceiling and the edge of the panels. Put masking tape over the area you will be cut before cutting with a saber saw or other saw to prevent rough, broken edges. Cut around the doors and windows in the same way.