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    3D wood panels by Rebel of Styles available at best prices and quality at style4walls.

    Covering a wall or part of a wall with wood panels is the hot new trend in the field of interior design and can be used in almost all rooms. The warm colour and organic structure of a wood strip creates a cosy atmosphere in any room, for example in your bedroom, living room or kitchen. These wood panels are also increasingly used in restaurants, lounge bars and hotels. With these style4walls products you can easily create a wooden wall as an eye-catcher in the room, or you can cover part of the wall with these wooden wall tiles to create a beautiful, natural contrast in the room.

    Our wood strips are easy to process and most of them can even be customized afterwards, so you can style them just the way you like it. If you're looking for a modern wood look indoors, we highly recommend Rebel of Styles' 3D wood panels. These lightweight wood panels are available in beautiful designs, including various teak and oak models for a luxurious look, but also somewhat bolder versions like driftwood, for a tough, industrial look.

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    All panels come in a compact Z-shape, so you can easily slide them together to form the best pattern to the wall. No special tools are required, a hand saw, sandpaper and suitable glue are just about all you need. Afterwards you can still edit almost all of the wood panels with white wash, teak oil or varnish, so you can customize the product to your liking. The wood strips are UV resistant and will not discolour easily, but they are only suitable for indoor use and are not intended for walls that are often exposed to water. For applications in bathrooms or outdoors, take a look at our weatherproof Ultrastrong wall tiles, which are of course also available in wood look.

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