Home renovations have enjoyed a surge in popularity over the past year or so, and it’s a trend that is continuing into 2021. In fact, one study found that over 70% of homeowners were planning on some sort of renovations this year. Those who are planning on giving their homes a little spruce would do well not to overlook one crucial aspect: the ceiling.
A ceiling caps off a room, both literally and aesthetically. It should be designed and decorated in such a way as to tie the room together and make one cohesive design statement. The ceiling plank is a versatile material because it has so many different uses and can create so many varied styles.
If you’d like some inspiration about how you can use ceiling planks to your home’s advantage, read on.
Advantages of Tongue and Groove Faux Wood Boards
Before you choose a style, you’ll need to choose what type of ceiling you want to go for. Faux wood tongue and groove ceiling planks offer a number of distinct advantages over other types of ceiling materials you may consider.
First, they are lightweight and easy to install. Even for one person working alone. This is especially true when compared with something such as drywall.
Second, they are a versatile material capable of conforming to a number of different styles. It can also fit nicely into irregular or tricky spaces. As well as this, they work out cheaper than real wood, and other types of materials.
Below are examples of some of the styles you can achieve with faux wood ceiling planks.
Midcentury modern is a style that has made a big comeback in recent years. Much of its aesthetic revolves around rich wood textures. For this reason, wood panels lend themselves perfectly to this quirky and cool design style.
Another style that relies heavily on wood, but this time in a more rustic sense, the farmhouse style is warm and inviting. Think high ceilings with big, imposing wooden beams.
When used in the right way, wood panels can also be perfect for a contemporary aesthetic. In sleek, simple kitchens, or sparse living rooms, the wood can add a nice texture and playfulness.
In contrast to the big impact the above styles tend to make, the Scandinavian style is more pared-back and simple. Often characterized by light woods, this is a reserved and minimalist look that works well in small spaces.
A Ceiling Plank to Suit Every Style
A ceiling plank is a wonderful choice of material because of its adaptability and versatility. It can fit into almost any room, in any style. The only thing you need to do is choose which style this will be.
If you want to give your home a brand new look, at Diamond Resin Products we’re here to help. Give us a call today to speak about the many different types of T&G wood styles we have on offer.