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Decorative Panels Panneau décoratif mural style mur de brique

Modèle nº 290|Nº UGS 1000664529

Aperçu

Modèle # 290 Internet # 1000664529

Touches de brique réalistes pour votre maison

  1. Garantie à vie limitée
  1. Installation facile
  1. Manière économique de mettre votre maison au goût du jour

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé
0.25
Largeur assemblée
96
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
48
Poids assemblé
21
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
21
Profondeur assemblé
48
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
96

Détails

Famille de couleurs
Multicolore
Lambris
Non
Matériau
Bois manufacturé
Modèle
Grainé
Pays d'origine
US-United States
Type
Équerre intérieure

Garanties et certifications

Garantie à vie limitée Convoquer 1-800-521-4301
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Panneau décoratif mural style mur de brique est évalué 4.8 de 5 de 18.
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Rated 5 de 5 de par Feature wall Easy to put up with glue and nail gun. Gives a realistic brick look at an affordable price
Date de publication: 2021-02-12
Rated 5 de 5 de par Just the thing I needed After searching for the right thing to get the look I wanted without too much work or expense for weeks, I settled on this product. There are many videos online that show how you can make it look like real brick, but none mention if it will paint well. I installed it on a small feature wall in my living room after texturing the edges to make it look like the bricks turn a corner, then painted it to match the walls, and installed an electric fireplace. It looks amazing!
Date de publication: 2021-02-09
Rated 5 de 5 de par Mur de brique On peut le peinturer et ça fait un très bel Effet !
Date de publication: 2021-01-27
Rated 5 de 5 de par awesome product Amazing product to work with and looks amazing once up!
Date de publication: 2020-08-22
Rated 5 de 5 de par Brick house Good product, easy to work with, looks very realistic and even better painted
Date de publication: 2020-04-11
Rated 5 de 5 de par Beau produit Belle finition! Semble réaliste avec sa texture , peut être peint
Date de publication: 2020-03-18
Rated 5 de 5 de par I recommend it very much It looks super nice. I loved it. It looks like real bricks.
Date de publication: 2020-01-06
Rated 5 de 5 de par GIVES A WARMTH TO THE ROOM I’ve used these panels many times. I like to add extra depth to them for an even more realistic look. First, get panelling adhesive. Home Depot sells NoMoreNails brand, and it is the BEST! Note: it sets very quickly! Once you are ready to put them up (after you’ve levelled and cut around plugs, and switches etc you can apply adhesive. You will need two people and two guns (lol) I’m not kidding, it sets fast!! As soon as adhesive is applied along all edges and every 16” or so across body of panel line it up on your wall. Using a rubber mallet start pounding across entire board ti be sure adhesive adheres to wall surface. I also use 1” spiral finishing nails along edges where it may be gapping. As well as random areas that don’t want to stick. Note: panels do have a pattern. Be sure yours line up! Half bricks meet up with half bricks! Lol. If you aren’t painting the panel after, at least paint the edges to match the grout before joining panels. It helps to hide seams. If you’re going to be painting or spackling afterwards then I recommend applying a bead of “paintable” caulk along edge just before adding next panel. Once the next panel is up (glued and nailed) grab a damp cloth and wipe away ALL caulking from seam, blending it in. If not painting yours, apply paint to the nail head tips so they disappear. Then enjoy. For those, like me who want more detail... once panels are up, the fun begins! You will need spackle and a drywall scraper. Apply spackle over sections at a time. Play with the look you want. Either with the scraper, spackling over only certain areas or all over. Use a damp cloth to wipe/rub away spackle to reveal brick colour underneath. Leave raised sections or build up sections with the spackle. Continually step back to see that it’s confirming (especially if two people are doing it together) Even after it’s dry you can still wipe away sections with a wet cloth or sand. Very important: you must seal the spackle afterwards!! It will get dirty and will not be water resistant, so apply a FLAT COAT of triple thick Varathane. Also sold at Home Depot. It’s the 3x one. Be sure to get the flat, because bricks and mortar aren’t shiny! If painting, prime first as you would any raw drywall. Finished with a semi gloss latex.
Date de publication: 2019-11-17
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what size of brad nails should be used to nail it into the dry wall? 1.5 inch or 2 inches?

Posée par: Qkashif
It is best to use paneling nails and not nail gun-brads, as you don't want any "blow-out" of the hardboard if the brad is pushed below the surface. Nails that are 1-1/2" are fine for holding the panels in place. You should also be using LocTite Power Grab for adhesive on the back of the panel as well. https://www.decpanels.com/installation-guides/
Répondue par: Decorative Panels
Date de publication: 2020-11-19

Are these moisture resistant like if i were to use them in a bathroom?

Posée par: Mike10321
Yes, they can be used in a bathroom. Just make sure they are used in areas which do NOT have direct contact with water, like in a bath alcove or shower. Make sure to refer to the installation instructions: https://www.decpanels.com/installation-guides/
Répondue par: Decorative Panels
Date de publication: 2020-11-10

Bonjour,est-ce que le panneau est une image ou est-ce vraiment en relisf

Posée par: MIMI 55
It is an embossed hardboard panel that is painted with a realistic brick and mortar finish.
Répondue par: Decorative Panels
Date de publication: 2020-11-10

I have a few questions: 1. do we fix it with mortar on the wall? or liquid nails? 2. can we drill on it to put up frames and pics? 3. what to used to get a soft cloud affect? which paint color would you suggest? 4. how to seal it ? 5. what u

Posée par: Qkashif
1. Use Loctite Power Grab to adhere the panels to the wall. 2. Yes, you can drill through it and hang pictures on it. 3. See YouTube and Pinterest for ideas on "white-washing" our brick panels. There are many videos and blogs that illustrate how to use our panels to create a softened brick look. 4. You can seal it with a polyacrylic spray, after you achieve the color you are pleased with.
Répondue par: Decorative Panels
Date de publication: 2020-11-09

Could I put this up against a gas fireplace? We use the fire place daily. 

Posée par: Kris
You should definitely check local codes. The manufacturer recommends keeping panel 18” from heat source. Generally that is not a problem since the firebox is larger than that.
Répondue par: Decorative Panels
Date de publication: 2020-09-21

Can I paint this before the spackling?  I don’t want red brick but there is no grey or whitish option. Could I paint each brick then proceed with the spackling?

Posée par: Lisa
Yes. We customized ours too. 
Répondue par: Diane
Date de publication: 2020-09-21

I have a wonky wall. Is this easy to cut?

Posée par: Lisa
Yes, you can use a circular saw, jig saw, hand saw, or multi-tool to cut hardboard panels.
Répondue par: Decorative Panels
Date de publication: 2020-09-17

Hi there. Since this panel can be painted, can it be 'sealed' with a clear coat water repellent type sealant?

Posée par: 4thn20
Hi We didn't aply any sealer, but I assume it can be done. Panel is hard enough.
Répondue par: Iont
Date de publication: 2020-08-19
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