Bleached Oak Victorian Panelling Wallpaper
Young & Battaglia
A warm, wood plank wallpaper in brown and beige. The rustic feel of this design adds to its vintage charm. This rustic paper wallpaper will add a cosy, dress-down touch to any room.
We love the look of fake wood panel wallpaper and the brown and beige colouring of this design will look fabulous in any room. Our inspiration was to create a wood effect wallpaper for the UK that captures the lovely atmosphere of a Scandinavian cabin or a mountain-top chalet.
The little details in this wood plank wallpaper really fool your eyes. You’ll think the walls are lined with warm wooden planks - complete with nails, scratches and woodgrain. This wallpaper is perfect for a feature wall. It looks great in any kitchen, dining, room, bathroom or living space and gives an informal, rustic atmosphere.
At Mineheart we're always drawn to wallpaper designs that create an illusion of something else. This fake wood panel wallpaper is part of our extensive collection of designs that emulate the warm and homely atmosphere of wooden walls. Other examples in our collection include vintage style wallpaper - such as the Victorian panelling or Dutch Inlay styles.
If you’re not already in love with this design, explore a few other examples of plank effect wallpaper on our Wood Effect Wallpaper page. We have lots of wood plank wallpaper options like the rustic beige and cream and rustic brown or realistic wood texture wallpaper like the cream wood effect panel. Or, if you like the panel effect and want to explore more designs, shop our panel wallpaper range. If you like wallpapers that fool the eye, take a look at our trompe l’oeil range too.
LEAD TIME: 2-3 WORKING DAYS
Note: Due to the printing process, colours may vary slightly between batches. Customers should try to order enough rolls initially, or if re-ordering must provide the Batch number. For help calculating how many rolls are needed please contact us with room dimensions and we can help! Please also note that images onscreen are not a truly accurate representation of print colour.