Dreamwall new ranges
Many people would love an exposed brick or stone wall in their home but unfortunately the reality is that the procedure to get the look is very involved. Also the bricks or stone underneath your plaster are often poor quality so the desired look isn’t achieved. However, for the last 10 years Dreamwall has been helping people recreate this look without any hassle by using their wall panels. The company has now released a new range of panels featuring different looks and textures to compliment their original faux brick and stone panels.
Designed to help you get an exposed brick or stone look the panels come in a large format and are very easily applied. Some of the panels are even waterproof so can be used in a bathroom. When the product is installed and hung on your wall you don’t see any joins and the product is very realistic. If you’ve seen the large slate feature walls in your local Next store it was probably a Dreamwall product. Next time you see one take a closer look, you will be amazed at how authentic they look.
My favourite of the new panels recently added to the Dreamwall range is the Nature collection launched last month. These panels are manufactured from recycled oak wood wine barrels that previously held Rioja. The Pinot panel is shown below, I love the depth of colours and textures in this panels. I’d like to use these in a kitchen space to add interest to the room, you could happily cook imagining all the wine created in those wine barrels!
Another new panel in the Nature collection is Cabernet. The style of this panel would make a great feature wall in a master bedroom, bringing warmth to this private space. The panels are 800mm x 400mm so the large format makes installation very easy. The panels are simply screwed to the wall and the next panel covers the screw holes. No special materials are required and your home is instantly transformed.
Do take a read of the Dreamwall blog where you can find all of the information of their range and then contact Hannah Coleman to start planning your very own Dreamwall.
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