Regency rock and stone paneling is a perfect way to beautify your home.Whether you use the panels as exterior siding or as a décor highlight indoors, you will be amazed at how realistically the panels mimic the natural look of rock and stone. “Yes, you can do a white wash…I had hideous paneling in my kitchen, and I bought a huge bucket of drywall compound and slopped it all over the walls. One coat of Kilz, wait the allotted time and then paint with your color of choice. I did this for a store here in South Africa and it turned out great!
These panels are extremely durable because they are made from high-density polyurethane.Years ago I painted some ugly paneling and skipped this step. Behr has a good one at Home Depot, but Kilz is another good one (a little pricey though) and can be found most anywhere (even Wal-Mart).After you’ve primed it you are ready to paint it your favorite color.Tips and quotes for this post were taken from this thread on the Craftaholics Anonymous® Facebook Page where Linda asked: “I need suggestions on what to do with old wood paneling, the really ugly kind from the 70’s. I left it textured and then painted over it…it came out amazing!
Do you have some wood paneling that is SCREAMING to be updated? There is a light at the end of the paneling tunnel.