The wooden cladding follows the decoration of rooms, halls, corridors and entrance halls exactly. And with proper care, it can also be used in damp areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. Outdoor areas that suffer from temperature fluctuations, sun and rain can also benefit from the beauty of the wooden cladding. Simply prepare the material with specific products.
Lining wood: know the main advantages of this blanket
Installed in slats, better known as wood paneling, the wooden liner presents a wide variety of colors, depending on the wood chosen. Simply plan the environment so that it stays as you dream.
In this post you will know all the advantages and disadvantages of a wooden feed, the main features of this material, the care needed for preservation, and the types of wooden cladding used. Let us begin?
Types of wood fodder
The most commonly used wood floorings on the Brazilian market are Pinus, Cedrinho, Perobinha, Cumaru, Jatobá and Ipê. These woods are characterized by their density and easy drying, since they do not store much moisture.
Imbuia, Jacarandá, Ipê and Peroba-Rosa are the most resistant to termites. The availability of wood species can vary from region to region. For this reason, if you live, you will find in advance where you can find the material you want.
The liner color also changes depending on the type of wood used. The Cedrinho type has a reddish appearance, while the Perobinha type has a yellowish-brown color. The brown tone is preserved with the Jatobá. Pinus has the lightest color of all and is made from reforestation wood.
Take this information into account when choosing the right wood for the lining of your house. You determine the aesthetics and strength of the liner.
Advantages of wood feed
1. Thermal insulation
For a cozy and cozy home, rely on the wood lining. The material is good thermal insulation and always keeps the temperature of the house ideal. Freshly heated in summer and winter.
2. Variety of surfaces
The wooden cladding enables numerous finishing options. Starting with the choice of wood, which, as mentioned above, defines the tone of the liner. But if you want you can still paint the liner of the color you want. White or colored. It depends on you.
Paint to give the lining the color of the wood. To stain it, paint with latex paint after sanding all the wood.
An important tip: the white color is neutral and fits well in any environment, other colors can contrast the lining too much. So stay tuned for the choice of color so you don’t weigh in on the look and don’t trip over the rest of the decor.
Wood is a very durable and long-lasting material. Therefore, a lot is suggested to compose the structure of the ceiling.
However, in order to make the best use of the durability of the wood, you have to take some special care, which we explain below.
One of the main advantages of wooden cladding is its aesthetic effect. The material speaks very well with different types of decoration and always offers that touch more.
In combination with brick walls or stones, the lining creates a rustic environment. With neutral and sober colors, the wood gives the place sophistication. Everything depends on the use of the other elements of the decoration. In general, however, the wood paneling tends to emphasize, reinforce, or contrast the rest of the decor.
One thing is certain: it will not go unnoticed.
Disadvantages of wood lining
Compared to other types of linings – such as PVC or plaster – the wooden lining is at a disadvantage. The material is usually more expensive and the price varies depending on the wood selected.
Pinus food is the cheapest. So if you want to install a wooden shoe, adjust your design so that it fits in your pocket.
2. Regular maintenance
Another disadvantage that needs to be considered is the regular maintenance that this type of material requires. This maintenance includes painting with varnish and using insect repellent products, such as termites. Without proper treatment, the wood can also accumulate fungi and bacteria and end up rotting.
Although it may seem expensive and tedious, this maintenance is ultimately an advantage. A liner that is serviced frequently is less susceptible to pest infestation or natural wear and tear.
This way you have a nice liner for much longer, because wood is a material of high durability and strength.
Moisture is one of the main enemies of wood. The material easily absorbs the moisture in the environment and this property can have unpleasant consequences, such as the bloating of the wooden cladding and the appearance of mold. In addition to the rotting of the wood.
And if the moisture doesn’t come from the environment, it can come from the roof. In order to avoid possible leaks and infiltrations from above, the tip is to coat the lining on the inside with a blanket. This way the water does not come into contact with the wood.
For outdoor areas that tend to suffer more from moisture, it is already possible to find woods prepared for this type of environment on the market. But, prepare the bag because this type of wood has an even greater value than the traditional liner.
Termites also fall into the list of disadvantages of wood paneling. These little insects can cause the biggest headaches and endanger the entire feed.
But just as it is possible to avoid other problems, it can also be easily controlled through the regular use of specific products that protect the wood from pests. There is also a selection of hardwood linings that are more resistant to termites, such as Imbuia.
One application every five years is sufficient to keep insects away.
Installation of wooden cladding
At the time of installation, the wooden cladding offers some aesthetic options that make a significant contribution to shaping the visual impact of the surroundings. It can be installed horizontally, vertically and even diagonally, creating compositions and differentiated lines in the ceiling.
Installation is usually easy, but it is important that it is done by a professional to ensure perfect connections and connections between the parts. In general, the slats in the male and female systems are joined together and individually secured with a clip.
Make sure that the selected liner model is fixed or removable. There are both types available on the market, but the removable ones are more appropriate if the need for adjustments or changes to parts will arise in the future.
After installation, paint (or paint) and protection against termites must be applied.
60 perfect ideas of environments with wood paneling
Now look at a selection of images of designs with wood lining full of style and personality:
Picture 1 – Wood interior cladding.
The wooden lining lowered under the lining ensures even more well-being. In this project, practically the entire environment is wood: floor, ceiling and wall. The blue of the cabinets sounded unanimous.
Picture 2 – Lining made of wood covering a wide ceiling.
The house with high ceilings gives this lining a glamorous aesthetic. The all-glass walls have further improved the design so that the lining in the area has the upper hand.
Figure 3 – Light wood lining that creates a clean environment.
Figure 4 – Wood with a view of the whole bathroom.
Picture 5 – On the floor and the ceiling.
The ceiling paneling follows the same standard of floor ruler size. With a slight difference in tones, both harmonize the environment and form the decoration next to the furniture.
Picture 6 – Unused wooden ceiling.
With thick, textured beams, this ceiling was designed to create a great visual effect. The same beams that come out of the ceiling appear on the side wall.
Picture 7 – wooden box to create a different environment.
Figure 8 – Wood cladding with narrow blades.
This wooden liner has slats so narrow that it resembles a bamboo ceiling. An alternative to a rustic and relaxed look, in contrast to the classic and formal style.
Figure 9 – Wood paneling in contrast to white.
Image 10 – Wooden cladding that resembles a pergola.
Figure 11 – Wood cladding for large environments.
Picture 12 – Wood cladding in the room.
This panel differs from the others in its shape. Note that traditional wood paneling is replaced by rectangular wooden boards, which creates a completely different look than we are used to.
Figure 13 – Wood lining in natural color.
The natural color of the wood enhanced his veins and brought a cozy atmosphere to this environment full of modern elements.
Picture 14 – Wooden lining in the box of the bathroom.
Figure 15 – Wood cladding for demanding environments.
This project makes an interesting visual game. The ladder, in the same tone of the lining, seems to fuse with the ceiling.
Image 16 – Wood lining that creates texture.
The same texture of the lining can also be found on the wall, but in different colors.
Picture 17 – Wooden cladding with high ceilings.
Figure 18 – Wood lining in extensive areas.
The expansive environment is more cozy with the presence of wood paneling.
Figure 19 – Wooden cladding on the ceiling and on the outer walls.
Figure 20 – Wood cladding in only one room.
In this project, the option was to use the wooden cladding only in the room. This makes the surroundings stand out from the others and is the preferred time to relax and rest a bit, as the forest is very inviting for this.
Picture 21 – Clear wood lining in boards for a youthful environment.
Picture 22 – Wooden cladding for bedrooms.
The lighter wood paneling stands out from the rest of the decor, which tends to a darker shade.
Image 23 – Pinus wood lining: looks stripped.
Picture 24 – Sloping wood cladding with passage for natural light.
Picture 25 – Wooden lining in only one strip of the room.
Figure 26 – Wood cladding in geometric format.
This is the kind of project you are looking at and saying, “Wow!” The visual effect is incredible. The wooden strips fill the square and rectangular shapes of the basic structure of the liner.
Picture 27 – Covering the ceiling and the wall.
Picture 28 – Natural wood cladding.
The natural color of the liner helps to integrate nature into this project.
Picture 29 – Wooden cladding accompanies the shape of the roof.
Picture 30 – ceiling combined with the floor.
Picture 31 – Rustic wood lining.
Picture 32 – One on each side.
In this project, the wood cladding extends through the walls and floor. However, note that the direction of the paneling is on opposite sides. Since the roof is horizontal, the floor is placed upright.
Picture 33 – Light wood cladding with integrated lighting.
Image 34 – Dark wood lining in contrast to the light shades of the decoration.
Picture 35 – Wood cladding to improve the outdoor area.
Picture 36 – The direction counts.
The paneling of this liner follows in a vertical line and enhances the feeling of space. Use this tip if you have an environment that you want to visually enhance.
Picture 37 – Wood lining in combination with gray.
Figure 38 – Lamps in the same direction of the feed.
Picture 39 – Dark wood for the lining of the outside area.
Image 40 – Spot installed in the wooden liner.
Picture 41 – Wood cladding that defines the environment.
Picture 42 – Bent wood lining.
The wood cladding need not always be the same. With a little creativity, you can innovate in the project and impress those who look.
Picture 43 – Natural wood cladding for beach house.
Picture 44 – Rustic wood on the ceiling.
The modern look and the influences of the industrial style have combined very well with the rustic look of the ceiling.
Picture 45 – Wood, glass and nature.
Picture 46 – Wooden cladding for the hallway.
In this project, the wood cladding creates a cut in the environment that extends from the ceiling of the hall to the floor of the living room.
Picture 47 – Ceiling of the forms.
Figure 48 – Subposto wooden cladding.
Picture 49 – A whole design in wood.
Picture 50 – Brown wood lining.
The yellow-brown tone of this room matched perfectly with the rest of the classic, sober decor.
Picture 51 – Cast wood cladding.
Fig. 52 – Combination of wooden closure with liner.
Figure 53 – Wood paneling in contrast to black.
The combination of wood with black color is striking and gives the project character. Not to mention that the color gives the environment more elegance.
Picture 54 – Half-lining.
Figure 55 – Wood cladding of whole and cast panels.
In the room, the option was the leaked food; the liner is already used in whole plates in the kitchen.
Picture 56 – Wood cladding for cottage.
Picture 57 – Wood cladding for home office.
Figure 58 – Wooden boards for an industrial urban environment.
Picture 59 – Mirror effect.
This project plays with visual effects. What has on one side has only the other way round. Very interesting
Image 60 – Neutral colors are brought to life with lining and wall wood.