September 16, 2020 | Updated: 3 June 2021
Natural wood or ceramic wall tiles add warmth and vitality to rooms such as living rooms, bathrooms or dining rooms and pair well with all interior design styles.
Thanks to the warmth and sense of harmony it brings to any room, wood has become an on-trend wall covering. Whether natural or ceramic, wood walls work well with all interior design styles and give a sense of balance to spaces designed in neutral (white, beige or grey) or more vivid tones (blue, green or orange).
If you're looking for wood coverings for your walls, here are some suggestions from PORCELANOSA Group so you can get inspired and give your home an authentic, unique feel.
The EWOOD Collection by XTONE (Urbatek) is one of the most popular collections used by architects and interior designers looking to create trellises, doors, walls and even 3D effect headboards for beds.
This wood-inspired sintered mineral compact in a large format (120 cm x 250 cm and 150 cm x 300 cm) stands out for its resistance to high temperatures, low porosity and reduced thickness.
Available in three shades (Camel, Honey and Wengue), Ewood tiles can be used to design spacious, limitless spaces, and work well with light textiles, minimalist lamps and plant frames.
Another alternative for cladding your walls in wood are natural wood collections by L'Antic Colonial. With a sustainable composition (FSC certified), these colloections will turn your house into an Eco-Home, breathing an intimate feel into every corner.
If you're aiming to extend a space visually and give rooms more depth, we recommend you go for Lampione or Mini Imperial parquet from L'Antic Colonial. This combination will bring your wall and floor tiles together under a unified design, giving rooms such as living rooms, bedrooms and kitchens a dose of originality, which you could enhance with leather furniture, geometric base lamps and printed textiles.
PAR-KER™, wood-inspired ceramic tiles
PAR-KER™ ceramic wood by Porcelanosa is highly resistant to fire, chemical impacts, humidity, blows and scratches, making walls more hard-wearing in the busiest of areas of your home such as bathrooms and kitchens.
The textured tiles, with either a relief or smooth surface, reproduce the grain and colours of natural wood, making them beautifully decorative objects for interiors or exteriors.
Project: Restaurante AjoBlanco (Mexico)
Design: DIN Interiorismo
Project: Minimalist residence in Petrer
Architecture and photography: Pablo Muñoz Payá Arquitectos
Project: Goizko Cottage
Photo: Aitor Estévez Olaizola