4x10 Vinyl Beadboard Paneling MirroFlex 3D Wall

$166.91
Model No.
124-5001-BEAD
Condition:
New
Availability:
Pre-Order
Bulk Pricing:
Buy in bulk and save
Delivery:
2-3 week lead time
Size:
48" x 120"
Weight:
8lb (per panel)
Material:
PVC
Coverage:
40 sqft
Material Thickness:
0.030"
Fire Rating:
Class"A" Passing test ASTM E84 (painting voids fire rating)
Installation Method:
Glue Up
Adhesive:
Instant Grab #310
Adhesive Note:
1.5 tubes per panel
Colors Options:
View Colors
Special Note:
(Mirror Silver, Mirror Gold, Mirror Green, Brushed Aluminum, and Brushed Copper) do not form as deep as the other finishes.
Return Policy:
This product is made to order in USA and returns are not allowed. Consider ordering samples first to check quality and finish.
Shipping Label:
4x8 Wall Panel Non-Rollable

Images are not true representations of the actual color of the product, some are computer generated. Be sure to order samples to make sure the colors will work for you.

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Do you like the look of this product but need help with installation? Learn more in our 'How To' section or get assistance from a professional installer.

4x10 Vinyl Beadboard Paneling MirroFlex 3D Wall

If you want to upgrade the style of your home but don’t want to break the bank to do so, you should consider vinyl beadboard panels from Decorative Ceiling Tiles. If you think about it, a lot of your home probably already utilizes vinyl in some form.

Do you have vinyl windows or siding? Maybe you have vinyl porch posts, a vented soffit, or a vinyl railing. When passing by, it is hard to tell the difference between vinyl and other more traditional products, making it a great material to use.

What Is Vinyl Beadboard and What Are Its Benefits?

Vinyl PVC beadboard can provide you with a more professional finish without painting. It also offers a more than durable finish that is resistant to scratches and dents. It is water-resistant, rot-free, and requires little to no maintenance to keep it looking its best.

Vinyl beadboard panels are similar to more traditional paneling because of the distinctive groove pattern. Beadboard is typically installed vertically, so it has a more striped paneled look.

However, some have begun to install vinyl beadboards horizontally for a more unique aesthetic. Vinyl beadboard panels are a less expensive alternative to traditional beadboard paneling.

Can You Paint Vinyl Beadboard?

Most vinyl beadboard comes in a white or cappuccino color; however, you can paint the vinyl beadboard panels any color you wish to fit your style and aesthetic. The vinyl surface will accept the paint better, though, if you start with a good quality acrylic primer.

Use an angled trim brush to apply the primer to the wall edges, and then apply the primer to the broader areas using a roller. If you have existing vinyl beadboard panels installed but want to boost your curb appeal, painting the panels happens to be a lot less expensive than replacing them.

How to Use Vinyl Beadboard Around the Home

Vinyl beadboard panels or solid soffit material can be used as a finished vinyl beadboard ceiling on your porch. You can also use vinyl beadboard to take your space from functional to fashionable by introducing it to your interior walls as paneling.

Not only will it add to your overall home décor, but it also adds a bit of insulation to your home and protects the lower parts of the walls from chair bumps and other damage.

Beadboard was popular during the Victorian era but went away as a popular trend with the introduction of wallpaper in the Roaring Twenties. However, beadboard has never really disappeared. It is still used today and can be found in different forms, like vinyl beadboard, that can be used in many applications around the home.

Vinyl beadboard panels can also be used to cover old plaster that has unsightly cracks and blemishes. If you are going for a country home or farmhouse appeal, this material is a great choice and has a certain rural charm.

Have popcorn ceilings? Vinyl beadboard panels can be used to cover popcorn ceilings and can create a more aesthetic visual texture for the space that pulls the eye up.

Vinyl beadboard can also be used as a chair rail. Beadboard is actually a popular type of wainscot paneling that originated in the 19th Century. It was often used in cottage style and Victorian homes. It offered more of a casual look that blended well in kitchens, bathrooms, and hallways. Today, it is also a popular choice for the dining room and laundry room.

Adding vinyl beadboard to a chair rail trim provides a more professional and finished look for the space and ties everything together.

Vinyl Beadboard Installation

You don’t need expert craftsman skills to install vinyl beadboard panels on your own. All you need are some basic tools and know-how, and it can prove to be a fun DIY project.

Beadboard can easily be installed over your existing drywall with a good panel adhesive like Liquid Nails. While the adhesive cures, you can also use brads or nails to temporarily hold the panels in place.

If you install vinyl beadboard in your kitchen or bathroom, you want to make sure the paneling and molding adhesive you use is water-resistant. You should also nail each panel through the lap joint within the top half an inch. This way, the nail you use is covered by the top cap molding on the wall.

If you plan on attaching vinyl beadboard to kitchen cabinets, the wall, or another similar surface, you can use caulk in addition to nails. You may not even need to apply the adhesive to the entirety of the panel. Instead, apply the adhesive just to the areas with a seam.

The Cost of Vinyl Beadboard

As we already mentioned, vinyl beadboard paneling is a much more affordable option compared to traditional siding products. It makes a great alternative to real wood beadboard and comes in many colors. It can be glued to most surfaces for easy installation.

The installation cost can vary, but with labor, caulking, corrosion-resistant fasteners, and sealants, it can cost up to $2 per linear foot when you choose to have a professional do the installation. You can save on the installation cost by doing the work yourself.

Full vinyl beadboard panels (individual boards) cost less than $200, and the vinyl beadboard panels we offer at Decorative Ceiling Tiles are made from PVC material, adding to their affordability and durability.

For a more detailed look at how to install your new vinyl beadboard paneling yourself, watch this video. We will show you how to install MirroFlex Wall Panels by Decorative Ceiling Tiles.

4x10 Vinyl Beadboard Paneling MirroFlex 3D Wall

If you want to upgrade the style of your home but don’t want to break the bank to do so, you should consider vinyl beadboard panels from Decorative Ceiling Tiles. If you think about it, a lot of your home probably already utilizes vinyl in some form.

Do you have vinyl windows or siding? Maybe you have vinyl porch posts, a vented soffit, or a vinyl railing. When passing by, it is hard to tell the difference between vinyl and other more traditional products, making it a great material to use.

What Is Vinyl Beadboard and What Are Its Benefits?

Vinyl PVC beadboard can provide you with a more professional finish without painting. It also offers a more than durable finish that is resistant to scratches and dents. It is water-resistant, rot-free, and requires little to no maintenance to keep it looking its best.

Vinyl beadboard panels are similar to more traditional paneling because of the distinctive groove pattern. Beadboard is typically installed vertically, so it has a more striped paneled look.

However, some have begun to install vinyl beadboards horizontally for a more unique aesthetic. Vinyl beadboard panels are a less expensive alternative to traditional beadboard paneling.

Can You Paint Vinyl Beadboard?

Most vinyl beadboard comes in a white or cappuccino color; however, you can paint the vinyl beadboard panels any color you wish to fit your style and aesthetic. The vinyl surface will accept the paint better, though, if you start with a good quality acrylic primer.

Use an angled trim brush to apply the primer to the wall edges, and then apply the primer to the broader areas using a roller. If you have existing vinyl beadboard panels installed but want to boost your curb appeal, painting the panels happens to be a lot less expensive than replacing them.

How to Use Vinyl Beadboard Around the Home

Vinyl beadboard panels or solid soffit material can be used as a finished vinyl beadboard ceiling on your porch. You can also use vinyl beadboard to take your space from functional to fashionable by introducing it to your interior walls as paneling.

Not only will it add to your overall home décor, but it also adds a bit of insulation to your home and protects the lower parts of the walls from chair bumps and other damage.

Beadboard was popular during the Victorian era but went away as a popular trend with the introduction of wallpaper in the Roaring Twenties. However, beadboard has never really disappeared. It is still used today and can be found in different forms, like vinyl beadboard, that can be used in many applications around the home.

Vinyl beadboard panels can also be used to cover old plaster that has unsightly cracks and blemishes. If you are going for a country home or farmhouse appeal, this material is a great choice and has a certain rural charm.

Have popcorn ceilings? Vinyl beadboard panels can be used to cover popcorn ceilings and can create a more aesthetic visual texture for the space that pulls the eye up.

Vinyl beadboard can also be used as a chair rail. Beadboard is actually a popular type of wainscot paneling that originated in the 19th Century. It was often used in cottage style and Victorian homes. It offered more of a casual look that blended well in kitchens, bathrooms, and hallways. Today, it is also a popular choice for the dining room and laundry room.

Adding vinyl beadboard to a chair rail trim provides a more professional and finished look for the space and ties everything together.

Vinyl Beadboard Installation

You don’t need expert craftsman skills to install vinyl beadboard panels on your own. All you need are some basic tools and know-how, and it can prove to be a fun DIY project.

Beadboard can easily be installed over your existing drywall with a good panel adhesive like Liquid Nails. While the adhesive cures, you can also use brads or nails to temporarily hold the panels in place.

If you install vinyl beadboard in your kitchen or bathroom, you want to make sure the paneling and molding adhesive you use is water-resistant. You should also nail each panel through the lap joint within the top half an inch. This way, the nail you use is covered by the top cap molding on the wall.

If you plan on attaching vinyl beadboard to kitchen cabinets, the wall, or another similar surface, you can use caulk in addition to nails. You may not even need to apply the adhesive to the entirety of the panel. Instead, apply the adhesive just to the areas with a seam.

The Cost of Vinyl Beadboard

As we already mentioned, vinyl beadboard paneling is a much more affordable option compared to traditional siding products. It makes a great alternative to real wood beadboard and comes in many colors. It can be glued to most surfaces for easy installation.

The installation cost can vary, but with labor, caulking, corrosion-resistant fasteners, and sealants, it can cost up to $2 per linear foot when you choose to have a professional do the installation. You can save on the installation cost by doing the work yourself.

Full vinyl beadboard panels (individual boards) cost less than $200, and the vinyl beadboard panels we offer at Decorative Ceiling Tiles are made from PVC material, adding to their affordability and durability.

For a more detailed look at how to install your new vinyl beadboard paneling yourself, watch this video. We will show you how to install MirroFlex Wall Panels by Decorative Ceiling Tiles.