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The functionality and overall appeal of your home are largely affected by your interior walls. Walls hide electrical work, distinguish one room from another, and support ceilings, roofs, and floors. They also provide insulation, making it easier to maintain your ideal temperature throughout all seasons of the year. 

Walls play a key part in soundproofing your home, as they absorb sound from throughout the house. This makes all the difference when you work from home or are entertaining guests.

The walls of your home might be easily overlooked, but they serve a purpose beyond shelter, privacy, and structural support. A beautifully designed and decorated wall can complete your interior design and make your home stand out from the rest. A blank wall automatically gives you an open space to mount shelves and hang art. In addition to wall decor, walls can also become artwork in and of themselves, if you incorporate wall coverings.

As you’ll see when you shop with CJ’s Hearth And Home, there is a wide variety of wall coverings to choose from. Between 3D walls, faux stone panels, fretwork panels, mosaic wall tiles, wainscot kits, and niches – there is no reason your walls should bring down the aesthetic of your home.

Wall coverings can enhance soundproofing, conceal minor flaws in your walls, and increase the property value of your home whenever you’re ready to sell it. Be sure to choose the right wall coverings for your interior design style, so that your plain walls become something to talk about when hosting friends and family.

Whether you’re renovating or building a new home, these five types of wall panels from CJ’s Hearth And Home will complete your room design:

3D Walls

Three-dimensional (3D) walls are made of lightweight polyvinyl chloride (PCV) panels. They add depth and an eye-catching pattern to any wall. A wall covered completely in 3D tiles will appear larger and more cohesive than a wall with random decorations here and there. Besides creating a feature wall, 3D tiles can embellish items like doors, headboards, cupboards, and desks.

You’ll be happy to know that 3D wall tiles are typically more affordable than wallpaper. They’re great for homeowners, but they’re also renter-friendly.

Faux Stone Panels

If you’re trying to achieve the look of natural stone without the high cost, then faux stone wall panels are a great option for you. Installing faux stone panels gives you an affordable way to complete a rustic or earthy design in your home. They work well for both indoor and outdoor spaces, as they endure extreme temperatures and weather conditions.

Fretwork Panels

Fretwork wall panels are another great wall option made of PVC. They’re easy to cut and install, and they add a simple pattern without hiding the actual surface of the wall. Because of the way they sit on top of a wall, fretwork panels add visual depth and excitement to a plain wall.

Mosaic Wall Tiles

Similar to faux stone panels, mosaic wall tiles complete your home’s rustic or earthy design. Timber or wooden mosaic wall tiles are particularly nice for incorporating a natural, yet, sophisticated feel. Every mosaic wall tile option will add a sense of warmth and texture, but each one creates its own unique appearance. The appearance of your mosaic wall tiles will depend on the way the tiles are arranged to create a pattern – hence why they’re called “mosaic.”

Wainscot Kits

As opposed to the previous options, wainscot wall kits are primarily used to cover the bottom half of a wall. Instead of covering a wall from top to bottom, wainscot kits cover the lower half of the room with square or rectangular frames. Of course, you can take creative liberty by covering an entire wall with wainscot, if it fits the style of the room. To create a seamless look, it’s recommended that you pair your wainsco wall kit with a matching baseboard, door and window casing, or crown molding.


Niches stand out from other types of wall coverings, in that they are an architectural feature that resembles a recess in the wall. They are not simply placed on a wall. Instead of adding texture to a wall, a niche adds depth, moving inward toward the wall. They are normally placed in entryways, hallways, dining rooms, and stairwells. Wall niches add extra storage and decoration to an otherwise plain wall. Traditionally, a niche is used to create a space to display a statue, vase, clock, plant, or other artistic objects.

When you’re getting ready to design the walls of your house, you’ll want to look for high-quality, durable materials, which can be found at CJ’s Hearth And Home. Did you know we’ve been in the hearth and home business for over 20 years? Contact CJ’s Hearth And Home today to find the right wall panels for your home.

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