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[Lowe's] MURdesign faux wood 4 x 8 wall panel $27.50 (50% off)

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kronos288 wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2019 11:52 am
Can anyone who has these installed post a picture of it in their room? I've been contemplating it and would love to see what the final install actually looks like since it's a digital print.
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let me know if these links don't work

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freewheelin76 wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2019 3:12 pm
yeah don't do it. one accidental trip and you'll fall against it and bend or break through. they are thin. Not to be used as an actual wall covering over studs. You should drywall first unfortunately or use plywood backing or something.
really?? I recall these being made of those laminate/formica materials, and they felt much stronger than drywall, even tho they are thin. (e.g I can easily punch a hole thru a drywall..but I feel like I can't punch a hole thur these panel)

I just wasn't sure how to mount it directly on the frame and make everything tight and seamless.
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freewheelin76 wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2019 3:29 pm
let me know if these links don't work
Thanks for sharing and looks really good.
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How many do I need roughly for a condo size living room accent wall?

Op how many sheets did you buy?
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One thing, for people who don't use panels or laminates frequently, its important when glueing the back side not to make any circles on the back. The circles create sealed pockets behind the panels when you adhere to the wall, and will cause the panels to warp.
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Do the edges happen to be finished with whatever pattern is on the front face?

I want to hang/mount a single panel to the wall to act as a back drop for something I'm putting in front of it. My concern would be the edges are now exposed and not sure what the finish is.
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Are these particle boards safe? I’m just reading the safety form from their website and it says it uses formaldehyde? I could be wrong.

safety data sheet...
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These only look good in pictures. In person, from any angle, they look tacky AF. To each their own, but I'd suggest actually seeing them in store before online purchase.
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Links above aren't working - can someone repost pics?
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pinkdonut wrote:
Oct 3rd, 2019 4:01 pm
really?? I recall these being made of those laminate/formica materials, and they felt much stronger than drywall, even tho they are thin. (e.g I can easily punch a hole thru a drywall..but I feel like I can't punch a hole thur these panel)

I just wasn't sure how to mount it directly on the frame and make everything tight and seamless.
yeah I think the thickness is what's going to prevent you from making these look "flat" and seamless. there will be no forgiveness if your studs aren't perfectly straight all the way across your wall. Things that Mudding typically hide.

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