Lining of wood: know the main advantages of this ceiling

He has been successful in the past and is now returning with everything into the houses. We're talking about the wood lining. Beautiful, high aesthetic value, durable and very versatile, the wood lining can be used in homes of varied styles: modern, classic, minimalist and rustic. The material is also unbeatable when the intention is to promote warmth and warmth.

The wooden lining closely follows the decoration of rooms, halls, corridors and entrance halls. And, with proper care, it can also be used in more humid areas such as kitchens and bathrooms. External areas, which suffer from changes in temperature and the presence of sun and rain, can also benefit from the beauty of wood lining, simply prepare the material with specific products.

Installed in laminae, better known as wainscoting, the wood liner presents a great variety of tones, depending on the chosen wood. Then just plan the environment so that it stays the way you dream.

In this post you will be within all the advantages and disadvantages of a wood liner, the main features of this material, the care needed for conservation and the types of wood lining most used. Let's start?

Types of Wood Lining

The most common wood linings found in the Brazilian market are Pinus, Cedrinho, Perobinha, Cumaru, Jatobá and Ipê. These woods are most suitable for their density and easy drying, since they do not retain much moisture.

In terms of termites, Imbuia, Jacarandá, Ipê and Peroba-Rosa are the most resistant. The availability of wood types may vary from region to region. Because of this, find out in advance if you live where you can find the material you want.

The liner color also changes depending on the type of wood used. Cedrinho type has a more reddish appearance, while the Perobinha type has a yellowish-brown coloration. The brown tone is obtained with the Jatobá. Pinus has the lightest coloration of all and is made from reforestation wood.

Take this information into consideration when choosing the right wood for the lining of your home. They will determine the aesthetics and strength of the liner.

Advantages of Wood Lining

1. Thermal insulation

For a cozy and cozy home, bet on the wood lining. The material is a great thermal insulation, keeping the temperature of the house always ideal. Fresh in summer and heated in winter.

2. Diversity of finishes

The wood lining allows for numerous finishing options. Starting with the choice of wood that, as stated above, defines the tone of the liner. But if you prefer, you still have the possibility to paint the liner of the color you want. White or colored. It's up to you.

To leave the lining the color of the wood, pass lacquer. To color it, paint with latex paint, after sanding all the wood.

An important tip: the white color is neutral and fits well in any environment, other colors may leave the lining contrasting too much. So stay tuned for the choice of color so you do not weigh in the look and do not stumble across the rest of the decor.

3. Durability

Wood is a very durable and durable material. Therefore, much indicated to compose the structure of the ceiling.

However, to get the most out of the durability of the wood you need to take some special care that we will quote below.

4. Aesthetics

One of the main advantages of wood lining is its aesthetic effect. The material talks very well with varied styles of decoration and always provides that touch more.

In combination with brick walls or stones, the lining helps create a more rustic environment. With neutral and sober colors, the wood gives sophistication to the place. Everything will depend on the use of the other elements of the decoration. But in general, the wood lining tends to accentuate, enhance or contrast with the rest of the decor.

One thing is certain: it will not go unnoticed.

Disadvantages of Wood Lining

1. Cost

When compared to other types of lining - like PVC or plaster - the wood liner is at a disadvantage. The material is usually more expensive and depending on the wood chosen the price varies a lot as well.

Pinus lining is the most cost-effective. So if your desire is to install a wood liner, adapt your design so that it fits in your pocket.

2. Regular maintenance

Another disadvantage that needs to be taken into account is the periodic maintenance that this type of material needs. This maintenance includes painting with varnish and the application of products to ward off insects, such as termites. Without proper treatment, the wood can also accumulate fungi and bacteria and end up rotting.

However, although it seems expensive and laborious, the truth is that this maintenance ends up being an advantage. A liner that undergoes frequent maintenance is less prone to infestations from pests or natural wear.

That way, you will have a beautiful liner for much longer, since wood is a material of high durability and strength.

3. Humidity

Humidity is one of the main enemies of wood. The material easily absorbs the humidity of the surroundings and this characteristic can give you unpleasant consequences, like the puffing of the wainscoting and the appearance of mold. In addition to causing the rotting of the wood.

And if the moisture does not come from the environment, it can come from the roof. But to avoid possible leaks and infiltrations from above, the tip is to coat the lining on the inside with a blanket. In this way, the water does not come in contact with the wood.

For outdoor areas, which tend to suffer more from moisture, it is already possible to find woods prepared for this type of environment on the market. But, prepare the pocket, because this type of wood has an even greater value than the traditional liner.

4. Pests

Termites also fall into the list of disadvantages of wood lining. These small insects can cause the greatest headache and endanger the entire lining.

But just as it is possible to get around other problems, it is also easily controlled by regular use of specific products that protect wood from pest attack. There is also the choice of hardwood liners that are more resistant to termites, such as Imbuia, for example.

One application every five years is enough to keep the insects away.

Installation of wood lining

The wood lining offers some aesthetic possibilities at the time of installation that greatly help to compose the visual effect of the environment. It can be installed horizontally, vertically and even diagonally, creating compositions and differentiated lines in the ceiling.

The installation, as a rule, is simple, but it is important that it is done by a professional to ensure perfect fittings and joints between the parts. Generally, the slats are fitted together in the male and female system and further secured with a clip individually.

Make sure the liner model you choose is fixed or removable. There are both types available on the market, but the removable ones are more suitable if the need for adjustments or changes of parts in the future arise.

After installation must be applied varnish (or paint) and a protector against termites.

60 perfect ideas of environments with wood lining

Check out now a selection of images of designs with wood lining full of style and personality:

Picture 1 - Recessed wooden lining.

Lowered wood lining.

The wooden lining lowered underneath the lining itself brings an even greater sense of welcome. In this project, practically the whole environment is wood: floor, ceiling and wall. The blue of the cabinets took the unanimous tone.

Picture 2 - Lining of wood covering a broad ceiling.

Wood lining covering a wide ceiling

The house with high ceilings gave a glamorous aesthetic to this lining. The all glass walls further enhanced the design, allowing the lining to reign supreme in the environment.

Picture 3 - Light wood lining composing a clean environment.

Light wood lining composing a clean environment

Picture 4 - Wood facing all the bathroom.

Wood coating all the bathroom

Picture 5 - On the floor and the ceiling.

Wooden ceiling liner

Ceiling wainscoting follows the same standard of floor ruler size. With a slight difference of tones, both harmonize the environment and make up the decoration next to the furniture.

Picture 6 - Unused wooden ceiling.

Unusual wooden ceiling

With thick, structured beams, this ceiling is designed to create a great visual effect. The same beams coming out of the ceiling appear on the side wall.

Image 7 - Wooden box to create an environment different from the others.

wooden box

Image 8 - Wood lining with narrow blades.

Wood lining with narrow blades

This wood liner has such narrow blades that it resembles a bamboo ceiling. An alternative to create a rustic and relaxed look, in contrast to the classic and formal style decor.

Image 9 - Wooden lining to contrast with white.

Wood lining to contrast with white

Image 10 - Wooden liner reminding one percolated .

Wooden liner resembling a pergola

Image 11 - Wood lining for large environments.

Wood lining for large environments

Image 12 - Wooden lining in the room.

Wooden lining in living room

This lining differs from the others by its shape. Note that traditional wainscoting is replaced by rectangular wooden boards, creating a very different look than we are accustomed to.

Picture 13 - Wood lining in natural color.

Wood lining in natural color

The natural color of the wood valorized its veins and brought a cozy air to this environment full of modern elements.

Picture 14 - Lining of wood inside the box of the bathroom.

Wooden lining inside the bathroom stall

Picture 15 - Wood lining for sophisticated environments.

Wood lining for sophisticated environments

This project makes an interesting visual game. The ladder, in the same tone of the lining, seems to merge to the ceiling.

Image 16 - Wood lining creating texture.

Wood lining creating texture

The same texture of the lining is also found on the wall, but in different colors.

Image 17 - Wooden lining with high ceilings.

Wood lining with high ceilings

Image 18 - Lining of wood in extensive areas.

Lining of wood in extensive areas

The extensive environment is more cozy with the presence of the wood lining.

Image 19 - Wooden lining on the ceiling and exterior walls.

Wood lining on the ceiling and exterior walls

Image 20 - Wooden lining in just one room.

Wooden lining in one room

In this project, the option was to use the wood lining only in the room. With this, the environment stands out from the others and becomes the preferred time to relax and rest a little, since the wood is very inviting for that.

Picture 21 - Clear wood lining in plaques for a more youthful environment.

Light wood lining on plaques

Image 22 - Wooden lining for bedroom.

Wooden lining for bedroom

The lighter wood liner stands out from the rest of the decor that tends to a darker shade.

Image 23 - Pinus wood lining: look more stripped.

Pine wood lining

Picture 24 - Inclined wood lining with passage for natural light.

Inclined wood lining

Image 25 - Lining of wood in just a strip of the room.

Wood lining in just a room's strip

Image 26 - Wooden lining in geometric format.

Wood lining in geometric format

This is the kind of project you look at and say, "Wow!" The visual effect is incredible. The wooden slats fill the square and rectangular shapes of the main structure of the liner.

Image 27 - Cladding the ceiling and the wall.

Cladding the ceiling and wall

Image 28 - Natural wood lining.

Natural wood lining

The natural color of the liner helps to bring nature further into this project.

Image 29 - Wooden lining accompanying the shape of the roof.

Wood lining accompanying the shape of the roof

Picture 30 - Ceiling combining with the floor.

Matching ceiling with floor

Picture 31 - Rustic wood lining.

Rustic wood lining

Picture 32 - One to each side.

One on each side

In this project, the wood lining extends through the walls and floor. However, notice that the direction of the wainscoting goes on opposite sides. As the roof runs horizontally, the floor goes upright.

Image 33 - Light wood lining with built-in lighting.

Light wood lining

Image 34 - Dark wood lining contrasting with the light shades of the decoration.

Dark wood lining

Image 35 - Wood lining to enhance the external area.

Wood lining to enhance the external area

Image 36 - The direction matters yes.

The direction matters yes

The wainscoting of this liner follows in vertical line, amplifying the sensation of space. Use this tip if you have an environment that you want to visually increase.

Image 37 - Wood lining in combination with gray.

Wood lining in combination with gray

Image 38 - Lamps in the same direction of the lining.

Lamps in the same direction as the lining

Image 39 - Dark wood for the lining of the external area.

Dark wood for outdoor liner

Image 40 - Spot installed in the wood liner.

Spot installed in wood lining

Image 41 - Wooden lining delimiting the environments.

Wood lining delimiting environments

Image 42 - Curved wooden lining.

Curved wood lining

Wood lining need not always be the same. With a little creativity you can innovate in the project and impress those who look.

Picture 43 - Natural wood lining for beach house.

Natural wood lining

Image 44 - Rustic wood in the ceiling.

Rustic wood on the ceiling

The modern look and influences of the industrial style combined very well with the rusticity of the ceiling.

Image 45 - Wood, glass and nature.

Wood, glass and nature

Image 46 - Wooden lining for the corridor.

Wooden lining for the hallway

In this project, the wood lining makes a cut in the environment that extends from the hallway ceiling to the living room floor.

Image 47 - Ceiling of shapes.

Shape Ceiling

Image 48 - Subposto wooden lining.

Subposto wood lining

Image 49 - A whole design in wood.

An all-wood design

Image 50 - Brown wood lining.

Brown wood lining

The yellow-brown tone of this room made a perfect match with the rest of the classic, sober-looking decor.

Image 51 - Cast wood lining.

Cast wood lining

Image 52 - Combination wooden shutter with liner.

Combination wood blind with liner

Image 53 - Wooden lining in contrast to black.

Wood lining in contrast to black

The combination of wood with black color is striking and brings character to the project. Not to mention that color gives more sophistication to the environment.

Image 54 - Half-lining.

Lining medium

Image 55 - Wooden lining of whole and cast plates.

Lining of whole and cast plates

In the room, the option was the leaked lining, already in the kitchen the liner is used in whole plates.

Image 56 - Wooden lining for cottage.

Wooden lining for cottage

Image 57 - Wooden lining for home office.

Wood lining for home office

Image 58 - Wooden boards for an industrial urban style environment.

Wooden boards for an industrial urban style environment

Image 59 - Mirror effect.

Mirror effect

This project plays with visual effects. What has on one side, has on the other, only in an inverted way. Very interesting

Image 60 - Neutral colors come to life with lining and wall wood.

Neutral colors come to life with lining and wall wood

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