Wall Panelling

Wall Panelling

Shaker-style MDF wall panelling offers a variety of edges to consider. Square shaker panels have simple, right-angle edges for clean lines. This plain, rectangular style creates an understated look allowing the wall colour to take centre stage. A square shaker style frames the wall without overpowering the interior.

For more definition, the bullnose shaker uses rounded, protruding edges that cast dramatic shadows. The curved shape makes the panels stand out for a bold, high-contrast style. The edge shaker style takes a minimalist approach with a thin recessed channel bordering each wall panel. Plus, the delicate indentation outlines each piece for a hint of detail.

Edge shaker combines subtlety with clean elegance. Single step shaker falls somewhere between basic and embellished. A wider, single-layered frame encircles each panel. The stepped edge offers a little more dimension than the square shaker but less than the bullnose. Scotia shaker MDF wall panels feature concave, contoured edges for a soft, rounded profile. The sculpted inner shape provides an elegant contrast to the flat panel face.

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  1. 5 - 7 Working Day Delivery

    • Designed to withstand various conditions
    • Moisture resistant MDF
  2. 5 - 7 Working Day Delivery

    • Designed to withstand various conditions
    • Moisture resistant MDF
  3. 5 - 7 Working Day Delivery

    • Designed to withstand various conditions
    • Moisture resistant MDF
  4. 5 - 7 Working Day Delivery

    • Designed to withstand various conditions
    • Moisture resistant MDF
  5. 5 - 7 Working Day Delivery

    • Designed to withstand various conditions
    • Moisture resistant MDF

5 Items

per page
Set Descending Direction

Shaker-style MDF wall panelling offers a variety of edges to consider. Square shaker panels have simple, right-angle edges for clean lines. This plain, rectangular style creates an understated look allowing the wall colour to take centre stage. A square shaker style frames the wall without overpowering the interior.

For more definition, the bullnose shaker uses rounded, protruding edges that cast dramatic shadows. The curved shape makes the panels stand out for a bold, high-contrast style. The edge shaker style takes a minimalist approach with a thin recessed channel bordering each wall panel. Plus, the delicate indentation outlines each piece for a hint of detail.

Edge shaker combines subtlety with clean elegance. Single step shaker falls somewhere between basic and embellished. A wider, single-layered frame encircles each panel. The stepped edge offers a little more dimension than the square shaker but less than the bullnose. Scotia shaker MDF wall panels feature concave, contoured edges for a soft, rounded profile. The sculpted inner shape provides an elegant contrast to the flat panel face.