Add a minimalist touch of nature to any room in your home with bamboo wall panels sticks. This natural material is a decorative accessory of low cost, that complements the appearance of a variety of styles of designs, like those inspired by the beach or in the contemporary thing. Place dry bamboo sticks on the walls to create an attractive feature that projects a zen feel into your space.
For many homeowners, the roof is considered the “fifth wall” of a space and requires special attention. If you are in a design bump, looking for a new way to show or hide an existing ceiling, there are several options in addition to painted plaster panels. Consider applying bamboo, cloth, rattan or burlap to reform the ceiling of any room in the house, including the basement.
Bamboo wall panels uk offers a tropical atmosphere to space. It installs on large slats, very similar to the way it is used to create wall and fence linings. A bamboo cover is ideal to use in most of the house, but do not do it in the basement, since a large amount of moisture from it can damage the fragile material. Glue the bamboo material on the existing plaster ceiling using special epoxy glue, small framing nails or a combination of both products to provide the most support. Place the slats side by side or in a pattern that mimics the corners of the ceiling, requiring several precision cuts prior to installation.
How to decor bamboo wall panels with dry bamboo sticks
- Choose a wall to place the bamboo sticks. A wall that is easy to see is ideal, like a wall behind your bed or sofa. Hang the bamboo sticks from side to side vertically or horizontally, to create a wallpaper effect. Start at the top of the wall, near the ceiling or at the bottom of the wall near the floor, if you are hanging horizontally. Alternatively, start at one of the edges of the wall if you are going to hang them upright. For any arrangement, drill a screw at either end of a stick, until the wall is completely covered with the material.
- Place the bamboo wall panels sticks spaced in such a way that there are 4 to 6 inches (10.1 to 15.2 cm) between them, allowing the paint on the wall to be shown through the sticks. Use a tape measure to measure the distance between each. Then use a straight edge and a pencil to draw the lines at certain points to mark the design of the sticks. Hang the sticks over the marked locations and use an electric drill to screw the screws to either end of them.