Finium offers a wide range of wall covering panels: each one unique by design and texture. All offer the same impeccable consistency of an optimized and perfectly controlled mass production.
Browse through our collections. Let yourself be inspired. We can create a unique product for you. Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) is one of the most popular paneling materials out there.
It is definitely a great alternative to the more expensive and difficult-to-maintain tiles or wood veneers. MDF can actually help the plaster or drywall underneath to resist seepage.
At CSI Creative, we have created a huge range of MDF wall panels such as MDF wainscoting panels, architectural MDF panels, veneer panels, and ribbed MDF panels among others. These MDF panels for walls are suited for a broad range of environments such as hotels, offices, restaurants, hospitals, theaters, shopping malls, and classrooms. The best part about them is that they can be tailored to suit your specific requirements.
Be it a statement wall that you are looking for, or covering up blemishes on a surface, MDF will not let you down. Read ahead to find out what MDF panels will be ideal for your space. We offer customized wall panel systems with an engineered attachment framework. This means it is easy and fast to install. You will actually save on labor costs, it is that easy to install.
Our MDF products come with a modular design and plenty of carving expressions. Add to that the matching moldings, reveals, and trims, and your space is sure to be a conversation piece.
You can use them for continuous wall coverings, visual transitions spaces, and background wall covers.
Why Our MDF Wall Panels Are Such A Popular Choice
Our modular designs mean there is an unlimited array of colors, sizes, designs, patterns, and finishes that you can choose from.
Our MDF wall panels are highly durable. They show resistance to water, fire, chemicals, abrasions, and stains. They are also non-toxic and do not require demolition. So you are not only saving money but also saving the environment.
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CSI Creative’ MDF wall coverings are pretty adaptive too.
They are ideal for plaster, drywall, tiles, wall coverings, and CMU cinder block surfaces. Our MDF panels are easy on the environment too, not to mention your conscience. These are 100% renewable and make use of only recycled raw materials.
What Sort of Products Will You Find In Our Range of MDF Wall Panels
Our designs are certified by FSC®, LEED®, and Greenguard among others.
Neat, durable, easy to clean, and stylish. Our decorative MDF wall panels promise to provide you with all that and more. Choose from a host of panels in our stylish and hardy Five Senses Architectural Wall Panel System. There are plenty of colors and designs, raised grooves, patterns, and more to choose from.
Why Go With CSI Creative For Your Paneling Needs
From faux wood to resin, from bricks to steel, and from bamboo to glass, our MDF panels can be used as a substitute for almost all materials.
We also have outdoor MDF wall panels that come with a promise of added durability, structural stability, and colorfastness. They are moisture-resistant and are created from recovered wood fiber. Lightweight and handy, these MDF wall panels provide beauty and strength to exterior walls. Although we do have separate MDF-only products, there are also a lot of wall panels that can be customized by us to use MDF instead of stone, steel, plastic, glass, or resin.
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You can get any of these products with optional whiteboards, tackable, chalkboard, and magnetic solutions depending upon your space. If it's a budgeted material that you are looking for, for all your paneling needs, MDF is the right choice by far. Not only is it inexpensive as well as effective, right from the time you purchase it.
6. Creating Character in a Neutral Space
But it also lasts longer than a lot of other materials. CSI Creative has worked with world-renowned experts and scientists to create products that don’t take away anything from the environment.
Rather, we believe in giving back to nature. Our MDF wall panels are proof of that. Go ahead and talk to us. Set up a meeting, and share your requirements with our team. Rest assured, we can work with you, and within your budget, to customize the products for you.
7. Add Bold Texture to an Accent Wall with Shou Sugi Ban Panels
Weathered wood with brushed surface have a pleasant, warm, brownish tone.
As a result they can be easily used in creation of any indoor and outdoor space design - contemporary to classical, modern to vintage. A fun, lively and inviting shades that work well as a highlight or as a statement.
8. Eye-Catching Natural Grained Wood Wall Panels
Our Blue Ocean collection can create a feature wall that stands out in any room.
The natural grain of this stunning wood wall creates a rustic setting for a very modern interior. This style of wood would do very well in modern, minimalist, industrial, and similar style rooms. Sticking with simple furnishings will allow the wood to make a statement and highlight the room’s exquisitely curated style.
9. Distinctive Deep Black Wood Wall Covering
Black walls have been growing in popularity as they set the tone for a very rich and dramatic style. Taking this idea a step above can be done with charred Shou Sugi Ban Kebony. Not only will this give you the effect of a bold dark color, but it will also give more dimension and character to your space and is surprisingly versatile in the design you pair it with.
10. Floor-to-Ceiling Wood Walls with Exposed Structure
(Boat house, by TYIN Tegnestue, photo by Pasi Aalto)
This Scandinavian boat house is a wood-lovers dream and despite it being an outdoor structure, the same idea can be adopted into residential homes and other interiors. The entire interior is clad in wood and the exposed structure has a rustic appeal. You can replicate the same aesthetic by covering a living room wall in wood paneling and installing a wood coffered ceiling or exposed beams.
11. Light and Bright Chic Slatted Wood Panels
(Sustainable School, by Arkitema Architects, photo by Niels Nygaard)
The open and light interior of this building was maintained by adding slatted wood panels. Choosing a brighter color of wood, such as something that replicates white oak, will help prevent the interior from appearing too dark. The placement of the slats also a bit staggered, adding a touch of imperfect charm.
12. Dusky Gray Wood Paneling for an Indoor-Outdoor Dining Space
This indoor-meets-outdoor dining space is an inviting and intimate place to gather and entertain. The perfectly charcoal gray wall paneling isn’t too dark or overwhelming, but it blends in with the rest of the room and light gray wood flooring. Wood wall paneling can be treated just like any other wood material, so the sky’s the limit when it comes to surface treatments and colors.
13. Matching Wood Walls to the Floor for Rustic Character
(YETI Flagship, by Delta Millworks, The Lauckgroup, Drophouse, photo by YETI)
Using a lighter tone of wood is great for matching wood wall panels to your floors. The wood and flooring used here are light enough that they aren’t overpowering, but have a weathered look to them that adds personality. You’ll also see charred Kebony modified wood used to panel the bump-out above the bar.
14. Letting the Beauty of Natural Wood Speak for Itself
(Livereds Chapel, by Malmström Edström, photo by Urban Lidström)
Although there are many ways you can stain, paint or otherwise treat your wood paneling, sometimes less is more. Homes with rustic farmhouse and similar themes can benefit from using natural wood. This chapel wall is a great example of how beautiful wood can be when left bare and natural. Using modified wood ensures that you won’t need to ever stain or seal your walls.
15. Creating a Complete Kitchen Design with Wood Panels
(Edwardian Home, by HRI architects, photo by Markus Photography)
This immaculate kitchen is refreshing and welcoming. The use of wood panels on the walls, sides of the counter, and the exposed beam along the ceiling pulls everything together. If covering an entire wall is too overwhelming for a space, then going this route is a great alternative.
16. Simplistic Beauty of a Wood Paneled Recess
(Gjøvik house, by Norm Architects, photo by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen)
A great way of adding the warmth of wood to your home is to use it for recessed walls and cabinetry. This simple but attractive design adds depth and class to this kitchen. The used of wood wall panels can also be adopted into open closets, recessed entertainment centers and built-in open shelving.
17. Contemporary Interior with Heightening Vertical Panels
(Waldorf School, by LINK Arkitektur, photo by Jiri Havran)
This contemporary interior is fully clad in wood wall paneling. The placement of vertical boards instantly heightens this vaulted room even further while the hanging pendant lights help give movement and playfulness to the open space. The recessed window frames and interesting angles align with Scandinavian architecture and could easily be adopted into other styles as well.
18. Enhancing the 5th Wall with Wood Ceiling Panels
(Wooden wave in ceiling panel, by M-S Pro Architects, photo by M-S Pro Architects)
Interior designers understand that the ceiling is more like the 5th wall to a room and shouldn’t be ignored. Wood wall paneling can look unique and stunning on a ceiling, whether in a restaurant or a home’s den. This ceiling, for example, is covered in a very unique custom cut wave pattern, complementing the live movement of the indoor lap pool beneath.
Wood wall paneling is one design element that has made an incredible comeback in today’s modern interiors. Modified wood is a beautiful material and one that can be readily adapted for interior use with stunning results.
For more information on how you can use modified wood for your wood wall paneling design, contact a Kebony representative.