every hallway panel is designed to be easy to install and can be fixed by simply applying silicone to the back and fixing it to the wall. then slotting other panels together with targwall’s tongue and groove design. any difficult areas are taken care of as targwall can be cut with a sharp stanley knife whilst remaining durable.
stop on a highlighted marker and then touch the wall picture that looks like it has the arched trim around the book shelves and the real shelving will retract into the floor. follow the hallway to the elevator ride it up and locate the 2 ladders. notice the gold or brass plaques on the walls behind the ladders.
although people often leave their hallway walls bare by default (looking sad and neglected because, well, they are sad and neglected), in some cases, a plain wall is the best choice. a graphic and colorful rug, a few chairs, and beautiful architecture that speaks for itself is enough to make this “empty” hallway come alive.
create a rustic hallway scheme by choosing a wallpaper that looks like weathered wooden boards. distressed wall finishes are a popular look just now, and wallpapers are an easy way to get the look without the need for expensive wooden cladding.
i worked out i wanted three 'panel' features so brought four sticks of this decorative moulding for £5.25 each. the first hurdle was to get the mdf board onto the wall (even though the first hurdle was really trying to get this board home in my fiat 500!) i measured the wall and cut the board to size with a hand saw.
once the cabling is installed, you should test every cable using appropriate tools to make sure that it will be suitable for its intended use. this includes verifying length and cable