At the Wood Veneer Hub, we let our simple love of wood and nature drive the creation and production of our interior wooden wall cladding. We love helping our customers and partners discover the creative potential of designing with wood cladding panels.
Shop Our Complete Range of Interior Wood Cladding
At the Wood Veneer Hub, we pride ourselves on our wide selection of wood panelling and wood veneer products. Our interior wood cladding made from weathered wood planks is only one of the many premium products we offer.
Browse our reclaimed cladding to find inspiration for your rustic farmhouse or offbeat coffeeshop. For a contemporary office waiting area or living space, our Acupanel acoustic wall panels are a perfect choice. If you need a finished look done easily and quickly, take a look at our TimberStik peel and stick panels. Whatever your next design undertaking, you’re sure to find what you need in our selection.
Made from reclaimed and weathered wood planks, all of our interior cladding is ecologically friendly. Our products are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), the international non-profit promoting sustainable forest management. The panels are installation ready as soon as they arrive on your doorstep (they’ll just need cutting to size).
Colours, Finishes, and Styles for Every Interior Wall Space
When designing an interior space with wood cladding panels, you have countless options. Our wood cladding comes in a variety of colours, finishes, and styles to suit any project. Choose from one of our reclaimed wood panels to create a rustic, traditional look. Or you could take your design in a wholly different direction, using one of our 3D wood wall cladding panels for an ultra-modern style.
Wall Panelling to Suit Your Budget
In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, sustainably produced, and easy to install, our interior wood cladding is also affordable. When you choose the Wood Veneer Hub, you don’t have to pay designer prices for a designer look. With such a wide selection of cladding panels at various price points, you can find one of our products to suit your budget.
Stylish Interior Cladding For Homes and Commercial Spaces
Our tasteful wood cladding panels suit any interior space, no matter the style. Both home DIY-ers and small business owners can find the perfect wood cladding for their next project. With so many options to choose from, there’s no limit to what you can design with wood cladding. We frequently partner with architects and interior designers, providing them with the superior wood cladding and veneer they need to carry out their creative ventures.
How Do You Install Interior Wall Cladding Planks?
When it comes to installation, the process is slightly different for our wood wall cladding compared to our general wall panels. If you have the right tools and follow the instructions carefully, you shouldn’t have any trouble applying your new wood cladding.
You will need construction adhesive, a caulk gun, a hammer, 2” finish nails, a saw, a pencil, a tape measure, and a level. Before starting the installation process, you must let the wood acclimate. Remove the cladding panels from their boxes, leave them strapped together, then set them in the room you’re installing in. Let the cladding acclimate for 2-3 days. You always should install your wood cladding panels on a dry, smooth, structurally sound surface.
Follow these steps to apply your wood cladding panels:
- Trace around electrical outlets and light switch plates in pencil, then remove them.
- Remove the straps from the wood planks and lay them out on the floor in your desired pattern. Make any adjustments to the design as necessary.
- An optional step is painting the surface behind your cladding panels a dark colour to make gaps between the planks less noticeable.
- Use a pencil and a level to make a straight reference line on your wall (or the surface you’re mounting the cladding to). Put the line at about eye level and draw it all the way across your surface.
- Use the caulk gun to apply construction adhesive to the back of your first plank. Draw it on in an “S” shape, avoiding putting adhesive too close to the edges of the plank.
- Stick the plank with adhesive on the wall, just below and flush with your penciled reference line.
- Secure the plank with four nails, one on each corner. Each nail should be about one-half inch from the edge of the board.
- Repeat steps 5-7 with a second plank. Complete one row of boards on your surface, ensuring they’re placed along your reference line.
- Start your second row of planks. Stagger the edges of the boards from the row directly above it, otherwise you’ll create ugly seams. Leave about 8 inches in between the edges of boards from row to row.
- For the edges of your wall or ceiling, you’ll have to measure a plank and saw off any excess before applying it.
- When you get to spots on your wall with outlets and switch plates, follow the same method you used for edge pieces in step 10.
- You may have to make horizontal cuts to your wood planks when applying them at the top or bottom of your surface, as well as near outlets and light switch plates. Use a jigsaw for smaller horizontal cuts.