Start Idead for updating wood panneling

Idead for updating wood panneling

Instead of covering all your walls with wood planks, try a less-is-more route by just doing a small section.

Proper steps make for a long lasting paint job.” – Donna A. “My grandma had the cheap, fake “paneling” (a grooved sheet with a woodgrain pattern).

“Or fill the lines with joint compound and then texture mine looks great! I painted directly over it with Behr’s Ultra paint (whatever it’s called with the primer in it). It is now beautiful and lightened up my whole life.” – Donna S. “We just did the dark paneling in a house we bought 3 months ago with one coat of primer and two coats of quality paint.

Do you have some wood paneling that is SCREAMING to be updated? There is a light at the end of the paneling tunnel.

Here are tips and inspiration to help you get that paneling looking snazzy and on trend once again.

“Get a quote for having it replaced with sheet rock. You may NOT edit, crop, or change my images in any way without written permission.

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Paint as you did the primer, cutting in the edges with a brush, and then rolling on the paint. Fill all of the grooves with spackling compound or dry wall compound. You can choose to not sand the spackle, adding texture to the wall.