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Mid Century Wainscoting Wall Panels

£12.49 £12.49 Including VAT

Our mid-century wainscot panels are a modern take on the classic wall treatment that was popular in the mid-20th century. Made from high-quality MDF, these panels are durable and easy to work with. With a thickness of either 6mm or 9mm, they are sturdy enough to stand up to daily wear and tear, and will last for many years to come.

Each panel measures 780mm in length and 600mm in height, making it the perfect size for covering the lower section of most walls. The panels come unfinished, so the buyer can prime and finish them to match the rest of their home’s décor. This gives you the flexibility to customize the look of your panels and ensure that they match your personal style and taste.

Whether you are looking to create a vintage or retro look in your home, or simply want to add some warmth and character to your walls, our mid-century wainscot panels are an excellent choice. With their clean lines, natural materials, and versatile design, they are sure to become a statement piece in any room.

Panels sizes 780mm length by 600mm height made from 6mm or 9mm Moisture Resistance MDF




Mid-century wainscoting is a type of wall panelling that became popular in the mid-20th century and is still used today to create a vintage and retro look in modern homes. The term “wainscot” refers to the lower section of a wall that is covered with wood panelling, typically about 3 to 5 feet high.

Mid-century wainscot typically features simple and clean lines, with a focus on natural materials such as wood and a minimalist aesthetic. The our panels are  made from moisture resistance MDF board . Some mid-century wainscot designs also feature unique details, such as grooves or bevels, that add visual interest and texture to the wall.

Mid-century wainscot can be used to create an accent wall or to cover the entire lower section of a room. It can also be used to create a transition between different types of flooring or wall treatments, such as hardwood floors and painted walls.

In terms of installation, mid-century wainscot is relatively straightforward and can be done by a DIY enthusiast with basic woodworking skills. The panels are usually installed using adhesive or nails, and are then sanded and finished to match the rest of the room.

Overall, mid-century wainscot is a stylish and timeless wall treatment that can add character and sophistication to any room. Whether you are looking to create a vintage look in your home or simply want to add some natural warmth to your walls, mid-century wainscot is an excellent choice.