There are many different types of Accent Walls using wood and MDF to uplift a room in your own home or office space. From Board and Batten to Geometric designs. I will be giving you some insight below, on a few types of designs, which hopefully helps you on choosing the right wall for you.
Board and Batten
Board and batten is a type of wood paneling that can be wide boards that are nailed side by side, often vertically. There is narrow strips of wood, called a “batten,” that is fastened over the seams between wood boards that adds a 3-dimensionality and character to the siding.
This can be used in interior design ranging from Farmhouse, Modern, Traditional to Boho chic looks.
Wainscoting is a type of decorative paneling. It's typically limited to the bottom half or three-quarters of a wall, but it also includes some type of molding at the top as well, to differentiate it from the wall.
This type of design can be used with a mid-century or traditional type of interior design.
Shiplap paneling can add instant character, texture, rusticity and a focal point to any room in your house. It has grooves cut into their edges for a tight, overlapping fit, which can be installed vertically or horizontal.
A shiplap accent wall in an entryway makes a lovely backdrop for accessories on a console table topped with chalky paint.
This type of design goes well with Rustic, Farmhouse, and Industrial type of interior designs.
Beadboard is wood paneling with vertical grooves and small ridges between each plank.
Beadboard is a row of narrow wood planks lined up vertically on the wall, which adds visual interest to any wall. It is relatively durable, an inexpensive alternative to tile, can be painted any color, and installed at any height.
This goes well with Traditional and Midcentury type of interior design.
Chevron accent walls are the one of the latest trends in home décor, and they’re a great way to add visual interest without making too dramatic of a statement.
An inverted V pattern, with each side meeting at the point without interruption, and a seamless zig-zag pattern that is popular.
This type of design goes well with Boho chic, Traditional, Modern and Midcentury
Geometric accent walls are well decorated to be a bold and fresh focal point of the room. It will add pattern, color, style and design in a big way.
There are a variety types of geometric designs from wood accent walls, hexagons,
diamond shape and wall paint designs. This is a chance to be creative, bold, and one of a kind.
These types of designs go well with Farmhouse, Industrial, Modern, Traditional, Eclectic, and Transitional interior design.
A wood slat wall is made of slim, vertical strips of wood that run from floor to ceiling. They’re attached to the wall with nails. The slats range from ½-inch wide to 2-inches wide, depending on the look you’re going for.
This type of design creates a harmonious, contemporary accent wall in any room of your home. Either, by painting them, staining for various shades of woods or just keeping them with a bare wood look.
Wood slats go well with Modern, Industrial, Farmhouse, Boho and Midcentury type of interior design,