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Ideas on how to cover a wall with wood paneling
Lisa
January 7, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Just bought a home w/one wall of wood paneling in the dining room. Previous owners painted it cranberry red. Need advise on how to disquise least a year or two until we can tear off, or willing to leave if we can find some great way to disquise it. We plan to paint it same color as rest of room (Benjamin Moore Amulet) for now. Picture #1 is wall w/ previous owner's dining room set. Our dining room set is simple design (see 2nd photo). Any ideas? It's not a huge room, so something low profile needed.
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Deborah Butler, Brickwood Builders
For a quick fix, apply one of the smooth paintable wallpapers. Then paint color of the room.
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Jeannie Nguyen
Hi lisachoquette! Did you decide to do anything with that wall? Would love to hear/see an update!
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Lisa
hi Jeannie,

Just painted it the same creamy yellow color as the rest of the room and have large framed photo on wall. We are going to tear it off next year when we remodel the dining room and kitchen.
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