Art3d PVC Wave Board Textured 3D Wall Panels, White
Premium Quality Pvc 3D Wall Panels, Light Weight And Fire Resistant, Come In Box Of 12 Panels, Size: 19.7" X 19.7" (500Mm*500Mm), Cover 32 Square Feet, Easy Diy
What We Like
- Comes with dimensions of 19.7x 19.7 inches that can cover 32 square feet
- Made of fire-resistant material that makes it long-lasting
- Suitable for living room, bedroom, kitchen , office, ceiling and more
- may be difficult to install
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 3,624 reviews for 22 products in the 3D Wall Panels category.
We then analyzed 84 reviews for this product. Of these, 48 reviews were recent.
Around 86% of reviews were positive and about 12% were negative.
8.93 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Art3d PVC Wave Board Textured 3D Wall Panels, White
These are nice and inexpensive, but they do take a little getting used to, but they are not fragile, so I don't think they need to be professionally installed.
I needed something for my basement brewery that didn't look like tile or stained wood and I found these on Amazon, but I was skeptical because of reviews, but they arrived in one week.
I received a lot of positive feedback from people that visited my home brewery after I made them aware of the solidity of the material. I used a dremel to cut around the outlets and speckling to fill in the gaps.
They wouldn't recommend the product because it's too runny, and used loc-tite instead.
It is difficult to cut a 3d wall panel where the plug in is, but I have no regrets.
Is it possible to install this around an electric fireplace?
The manufacturer should be on the safe side if the heat damage can occur.
Is it possible to easily remove the panels?
Depending on the way you attached them, you should count on refinishing the wall.
Can it be used as a back splash?
I don't recommend to use it as a back splash.
Is it possible to cut them so you can go around a cabinet?
Since the pattern is hollow, you may not be able to trim the corners after the cut.
Is there a slight gap between the panels or do you slide them behind each other?
It's just butted up with each other most of the time, unless you want to leave a gap intenionally for filling it with caulking in order to create a seamless look as a whole.