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How lively accent panels awaken whitewashed and damaged interiors with renewed personality
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7. Crossfuse Wood Panels

These panels by Architectural Systems are handcrafted, veneer panels with overlapping of 3-D shapes. Available with seven geometric patterns, a standard panel measures 8 feet long by 4 feet wide, and 0.5 inches thick. Crossfuse is available in reclaimed wood veneer species including teak, ipe, ironwood, and walnut veneers. Pictured here: Ironwood Veneer. Archsystems.com


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8. Bad Tile Job

Made of recycled papers, Archoterra's dimensional panel collection comprises eco-friendly surfaces that can be used as veneer, laminate, or paneling for a variety of horizontal and vertical applications, including walls, ceilings, furniture, and cabinetry. The rigid finishes are offered in flat, dimensional, smooth, or textured surfaces, 38 colors, and 12 dimensional patterns, including the one pictured here called Bad Tile Job (DM-048). Archoterra.com


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9. Susana Paz Murals

Portugese illustrator Susana Paz has marketed a number of her dazzling, multi-colored designs as oversized wall murals (app. eight to 16 feet in width), including the MCM-friendly Minimalist Wall Mural (pictured here). Assembled in multiple panels, Paz’s murals are made of Fab-Tac, a print-and-stick wallpaper that looks like a carpet texture but is a decal that sticks to walls without glue. The material is a combination of fabric and paper that can be applied and removed easily. Houzz.com



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