Young & Battaglia
This grey wood wallpaper brings a rustic feel to your walls. If you’re looking for wallpaper that looks like wood, this could be the perfect choice. This grey wood design has a classic yet contemporary feel with its plank design in tones of grey.
Getting the right rustic wallpaper texture for your home isn’t always easy, but this design works in any space. We’ve always loved the look of grey wood wallpaper and the simplicity and detail of this design will deliver understated chic to suit any room in your home. This design was introduced to bring a new style of wood panel wallpaper to the UK, inspired by the informal and warming atmosphere you find in a Nordic cabin or a mountain chalet.
The little details in this grey wood wallpaper will certainly fool your eyes. You’ll really think that your walls are lined with grey wooden planks - complete with knotholes and woodgrain. Perfect for a feature wall, this wood wallpaper looks great in any living space, especially if you’re looking to create a rustic, laid back atmosphere.
At Mineheart we love wallpaper designs that create an illusion of something else. Wallpaper that looks like wood is a big part of our collection, emulating the understated feel of wooden walls.
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 options like the rustic beige and cream and rustic brown or rustic wallpaper textures like the cream wood effect panel. For more grey designs, take a look at the washed grey panel design and the rustic grey and beige. And, if you like wallpapers that fool the eye, make sure you check out our trompe l’oeil range too.
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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.