FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q1: What is the advantage of the Half-Round wood panel for wall decoration?
Q2: Does the Half-Round wood panel easy to cover and decorate on the wall?
Yes, this Half-Round wood panel board is very easy to install. Simply apply construction adhesive to the reinforced strong paper backer on the back of wood tambour panel and mount it to your surface. Use pin/finishing nails to hold it in place while the glue sets.
Q3: Do we need any special tools to decorate the Half-Round wood panel on wall by DIY ?
No, You don’t need special tools to install the wood panel, just simple tools, such as utility knife, Scissors, saw, construction adhesive, ruler etc… needed.
Q4: What wood kinds of these Half-Round wood panel boards are available?
Red Oak, hard maple, cherry wood and MDF boards are the most popular kinds. Other kinds of wood also available but need special order.
Q5: What is half round wood panel?
The Flexible fluted half round wood wall panels allow for graceful curves or flat surface applications. This decorative surface can be used for walls, ceilings, wainscoting, pole wraps, bar fronts, drawer fronts, and tambour doors.
Q6: Why choose Flexible half round wood wall panels?
The natural tone, grain, and texture of wood tambour provides a sense of warmth and contemporary style.
Each wood slat is hand-selected to ensure you receive the best quality wall panel.
Ready to stain, paint or clear coat.
Much easier to work with than most wood wall cladding. Easy to install by DIY, simply apply construction adhesive to the back of the tambour sheet and mount it onto your surface. Can be trimmed with fine tooth saw or cut length-wise with utility knife.
Q7: What is tambour Panel board?
A couple of online dictionaries described them as half-round pieces of wood glued onto canvas to create the rolling part of a roll top desk. Today, though, it seems there are special routers to create tambour panel board without having to glue the wood pieces to anything. Before kitchens, tambour doors were commonly used to hide appliances on kitchen counter tops within appliance garages. We’ve also seen tambour on the blog in these stories. Tambour was primarily used for roll top desks and sliding doors, but, now can be used as decorative architectural panels. It has been used in home (living room , bed room, basement), restaurants, banks, and hotels. Our tambour panel board comes in a variety of woods such as Red Oak, Maple, Cherry, and MDF. We have half-round and V-grooved flat, style tambour panel board.
Tambour panel board is a great option for use in retro kitchens — as a wrap around detail for islands, ends of counters or otherwise unsightly support posts. Tambour panel board would also be a great addition to basement rec rooms (which also often include unsightly support posts, reinforced pole). Planning a tiki bar themed room? Tambour panel board would be a great material to use for wrapping the bar front, reinforced pole, column or create an accent wall or chair rail. The possibilities are endless. Using tambour panel board is a great way to apply wood to curved surfaces, round or square pole — creating texture and dimension. In a midcentury modern houses — where a focus on the use of natural materials may be prevalent — tambour panel board is a great way to consider incorporating wood, with a little more oomph.
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