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Classics do not become classics by chance. Like decorative panels and wood profiles for wall and ceiling design, for instance. While they might not be used to kit out entire interiors like back in the 70s, on the right partial area and wall section, they can still have a striking effect on any house. They also pack some practical advantages: because decorative panels and wood profiles are fastened rather than glued, elements can be replaced, added or completely removed at any time. Much easier than with glued wallpaper or tiles.
What do I need to know?
Decorative panels and wood profiles are always a good idea for interior design projects. All that you need as a base is a substructure made of planed slats, which are simply fastened to the walls with plugs. You can then fasten the individual profiles and panels using our SPAX screws – which can be visible or concealed depending on preference. When it comes to wood cladding, screws need to be able to do more than just keep the elements in place. Because wood profiles or panels are rarely thicker than 20 mm, screws must not split the material. With visible fastening, it is important to ensure the precise positioning of the screw tip. Only this way can it be inserted without damaging the sensitive coating. Of course, the screws also need to be a good aesthetic match for the project – both in terms of shape and colour.