Advantages Of Slatted Panel In The Decor

Modern and sophisticated, the wooden slatted panel is one of the decorative sensations of the moment. And, it seems, it is a trend that is here to stay.

In today’s post, we will tell you all about the slatted panel, in addition to giving you tips on how to make one. Come on?

What is a slatted panel?

The slatted panel is a structure made of wood with slats spaced apart. The standard spacing between each ruler is three centimeters, but these measurements may vary according to the desired effect. There are panels with wide spacing, as well as panels with very narrow spacing.

The slatted panels are considered timeless since wood is a noble material and fits in different decorative styles.

Where to use the slatted panel?

The slatted panel can be used in different environments of the house and the most varied situations. On the wall, it is perfect for covering areas that you want to hide, such as exposed wiring, for example.

In furniture, the slatted panel gains the function of standardizing and harmonizing spaces, being very suitable for small environments, since this visual harmony favors the feeling of spaciousness. The slatted panel can still be installed on kitchen counters and countertops, on headboards, and even on the ceiling.

And if you think that slatted panels are limited to domestic environments, you are wrong. This type of panel is perfect for corporate spaces, reception wall ornaments, or office benches, for example.

Advantages of the slatted panel


One of the biggest advantages of the slatted panel is its versatility. It is possible to create panels in the most diverse colors and formats. The most common ones bring the natural color of the wood, however, nothing prevents you from daring in colorful and modern compositions.

The shape also varies a lot, both in spacing and in the arrangement of the slats. The panel can be manufactured in horizontal, vertical, and diagonal strips, in addition to bringing creative spacing, where the irregularity in the size of the strips is the highlight.


The slatted panel can be the perfect structure for a different lighting project in the environment. This is because this type of panel receives spots and LED strips very well, guaranteeing a diffuse and soft luminosity. When combined with wood, the lighting design further reinforces the feeling of warmth and coziness of the environment.

Use yellow lamps to bring comfort and white lamps to bring depth and sophistication.


The slatted panel converses with the most diverse decorative styles, ranging from the most modern to the most classic. The rustic style also matches perfectly with the slatted panel.


Another advantage of the slatted panel is its uniformity. This type of structure manages to create a harmonious and uniform environment visually. This characteristic of the slatted panels makes them widely used in the integration of environments, such as living and dining rooms. The slatted panel also serves to “camouflage” doors. To do this, simply install the panel along the entire length of the wall, including the door you want to hide. When you close it you will have a solid wall, without divisions.


Although they work very well in the integration of environments, the slatted panels are also great for dividing and delimiting spaces, but in a light and subtle way, without creating barriers.

The slatted panel partition also has the advantage of allowing air circulation and the passage of light.

Stretches and stretches

Do you want to visually expand the environments of the house? Then the slatted panel can also help you. In this case, just look at the direction in which the strips are installed. Horizontally, they help to create a feeling of deeper and longer environments, while vertically, they guarantee the sensation of a higher right foot.

Here we present you more ideas to inspire your project with a lathed panel in your home:











Author: Renata Kralevska

Renata Kralevska

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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