Before you start a remodel on your home, you first should figure out what kind of style you are going for so you can incorporate a theme throughout the whole home. You don’t want four different types of flooring or mismatched color themes. You want the whole home style to really fit and flow throughout. When you work with a great designer, they will help you to put the pieces of the puzzle together which will take a lot of the stress off your shoulders for your remodel. During a remodel, things like the kitchen and bathroom are a huge part of what you’re doing, but most people don’t realize it’s the small details that make a big impact on how everything ties together. One of the most overlooked aspects of a home remodel are the walls in your home. We aren’t talking about the ones you may decide to knock down to open up the space. We are talking about the walls that are there to stay. Choosing a pop of color for an accent wall used to be a big hit but has faded into the background somewhat. Nowadays, you can say goodbye to boring old walls. There are options open to you like never before and Laguna Bay Developing is here to give you the 411 on one exciting walling option available to you today!
Wainscoting is a great way to protect the walls in your home from getting damaged while bringing a sense of depth and uniqueness to the space. Wainscoting fits into almost any design from contemporary to farmhouse to colonial and more! It would even be a fitting addition to your existing décor. Whether you’re doing a whole home remodel, or just want a change of scene, adding wainscoting to the walls is a simple yet intriguing way to change things up in a big way. Some of the most popular styles of wainscoting are;
This method is comprised of tongue and groove panels that are meticulously placed together one right after the other. Typically, a baseboard is added to the panels and a cap is placed along the top for an intricate yet bold appearance.
This is one of the most archaic and popular styles of wainscoting. Beveled panels are installed from floor to ceiling with flat boards to create a raised panel feel, a top cap and baseboard trim are added to finish off the space.
Rectangle or square pattern panels are installed from floor to ceiling or half wall to add a truly beautiful and chic feeling to any room. This style consists of only board and batten with no back paneling.
This intriguing style fits in homes that want a little spunk in their lives. This style includes a backing board, baseboard and a top trim. Then a pattern of circles is placed throughout the area. This complex design adds a new circle every 24 inches for a truly stunning and visually captivating décor style.
This stunning addition consists of the tongue and groove paneling used on the beadboard style. Typically installed as a half wall, a wood panel is installed vertically every few feet or as desired to make a box shape, then a barn type X is placed in each square to represent a barn door. This style is finished off with a top and baseboard and fresh coat of paint.
There are many other options for wall designs. For more fun ideas, check back often. Hiring a designer to fit your unique style is the first step in achieving your dream home. Laguna Bay Developing has a team of experts ready to assist you in all your home remodeling needs.