Wood wall panels can be an asset for multiple design programs, as they combine wood heat and texture with a neutral white palette. If you use these themes, continue the design by adding similar pieces to the decor. But you can also go a completely different way and get an unexpected look.
Install a white wooden shelf under the roof big enough to hold a collection of ceramics or porcelain. Accent the walls with wood wall panels coastal scenes, or consider a soft blue paint wash on that part of the wall above the shelf. A soft blue sofa can be joined by a pair of blue lights on a white wooden coffee table behind it. Other white painted furniture can be built into the rooms, such as a corner cabinet in the dining room, bookshelves in the living room or a phone arc in the hallway.
When using wood wall panels, consider other wooden accents in the room. Floor tiles that run along the bottom of the wall above the floor should be painted white to ensure uniformity of your design system. The wood trim that is placed around windows and doors in the room should also be white. The list, which is a decorative strip of wood trim that comes from the wall to go to the ceiling, should also be the same color white as the other trim.