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Artificial Green Wall Panels and Wood Wall Panelling: Perfect Combination for Interior Design

Artificial Green Wall Panels and Wood Wall Panelling: Perfect Combination for Interior Design

The following blog post is a guest post, written in collaboration with Green Envee, artificial plant specialists.

When it comes to interior design, incorporating natural elements can add warmth, texture, and visual interest to a space. Two popular options that have gained momentum in recent years are artificial green wall panels and wood wall panelling.

Artificial green wall panels are panels covered with faux plants that mimic the lush look of real greenery. Wood wall panelling, on the other hand, involves the use of wooden panels to adorn walls, creating a rustic, cosy, or contemporary vibe, depending on the type of wood and finish chosen. 

While both options can be used independently to enhance interior spaces, combining artificial green wall panels and wood wall panelling can create a stunning synergy that elevates the aesthetic appeal of any room.

One of the key benefits of artificial green wall panels is their versatility. These panels can be installed on any vertical surface, from walls to ceilings, and can instantly transform a plain, dull space into a vibrant and lush oasis. The artificial plants used in these panels are typically made from high-quality materials that are UV-resistant and require minimal maintenance, making them an ideal solution for those who want to enjoy the beauty of nature without the hassle of watering, pruning, or dealing with pests. Artificial green wall panels are available in a wide range of plant species, colours, and patterns, allowing for creative customisation to suit any interior design style, from modern to traditional.

On the other hand, wood wall panelling brings texture and character to a space and can create a sense of depth and richness that adds visual interest and warmth to walls. Wood wall panelling can be installed in various patterns, such as horizontal or vertical planks, chevron, herringbone, or even intricate geometric designs, allowing for endless design possibilities. Wood wall panelling can also be stained or painted in various shades to complement or contrast with the existing colour scheme of a room, making it a versatile choice for interior design.

When used in combination, artificial green wall panels and wood wall panelling can create a striking contrast that enhances each other's features. The lush greenery of the artificial plants against the warmth and texture of the wood creates a dynamic visual impact that instantly draws attention and adds a sense of vitality to the space. For example, a room with a green wall panel on one side and a wooden accent wall on the opposite side can create a perfect balance between nature and rustic elegance. The greenery softens the wood's natural grain and adds a fresh and lively touch, while the wood wall panelling provides a natural backdrop that complements the greenery and adds depth to the room.

We can also supply other faux planting solutions depending on your project requirements.  Whether you are working on an interior design project, a low maintenance garden or a roof terrace Green Envee have the perfect artificial plants and trees for you. We’ve even got the pots to put them in!  Find out more: Artificial plants for any application (


We are working with Green Envee to bring your designs to life. Ready to transform your space? Contact us today to explore our range of superior planting solutions and premium wood wall panelling options tailored to your project requirements. Find out more about WVH here.

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