As aesthetically pleasing and easy to install as drywall is, some people don’t want their entire home done in it. This makes sense as there are certainly some very attractive alternatives that will compliment drywalled rooms. So put away your drywall tape and other drywall tools and read on.
A brick wall will add a whole lot of character to a room in your home or your office. Brick also adds value to your property as it is both highly-coveted and unique.
There are still some people who prefer the textured look of plaster and would prefer it in some of the rooms of their house. Thanks to improved technologies, plaster installation has become a little easier and drying times are quicker as well. If you want to give a room of your house a traditional country look, you might want to consider plaster walls.
Yes, the cheesy panels your parents had in their home in the 1970s is making a comeback. Wood panels are easy to install and come with a great number of finishes. So if you want to go retro, wood paneling is for you. Bell bottom jeans and disco music are not included.
Tile comes in many shapes, styles and designs and is becoming increasingly popular in areas where mold is a concern. For example, tile can be a good choice for kitchens, bathrooms and even in sterile environments like laboratories, hospitals and in doctor’s offices.
As you can see, there are many ways in which you can compliment your rooms with materials other than drywall.