Many different design elements were popular in the 1970s and homes built during that time often contained indoor wood paneling. Styles have changed significantly, so most homeowners choose to remove the paneling, but there is less expensive way to enhance a room with wood paneling – paint!
Remodeling and redecorating can be extremely costly, but on a small budget, paneled walls can be painted to create an inviting, dramatic, new look. If there is indoor wood paneling in your home, chances are it is dark – painting the paneling would be the best way to fix the situation and brighten up the room.
You can always hire professional house painters, but for all you DIYers we have five steps to follow if you choose to paint your indoor wood paneling:
No matter how much indoor wood paneling you have in your home, there is a painting remedy available. When you’re ready to start painting your paneling, if it gets to be overwhelming, contact us for a free quote and we’ll be happy to handle the job for you!