As I stumbled across this picture of a room designed by John Saladino, my eyes were drawn to that traditional panelling brought into this rather modern space.
In this gorgeous room of a Pacific Northwest Residence, designed by John Saladino, we notice a juxtaposition of contemporary and traditional elements : steel columns with fine linen, concrete walls with reclaimed panelling and antiques next to new made furniture.
This mix appeals to both traditional and modern clients.
Incorporating a traditional panelling into a minimalist modern space, is making an appearance.
The panelling doesn’t compete with the rest of the room, it is giving the room a unique look and is making quite a statement. The panelling often works to diffuse the severity of lines in a modern space.
The panelling in the room above reminds me of a panelling we have for sale.
Sketch of French oak panelling – concept Lefèvre Interiors
French oak panelling – realization Lefèvre Interiors
This oak panelling has a height of 301 cm (118,50 inches) and a width of 294 cm (115,74 inches).
French oak panelling installation – Lefèvre Interiors Photo credit Claude Smekens
A panelling is an ideal investment piece to buy and to give a room a sense of character. You will experience the joy of panelling, giving your room a bold statement.
If you are interested in this panelling (or other Lefèvre Interiors panelling) for sale, don’t hesitate to contact me at email@example.com
Wishing you all a nice and sunny weekend !