Renovating the interiors

The Dashain Festival is also the time when people want to renovate their house, do a paint job or just re-do the interiors. With changing times, technologies have brought plenty of options and choices not only in the technical field but also in many other areas, and the interior is one of them.

If you want to be creative, there is so much you can do with just one kind of board for different looks of the interior. Shera board is the perfect choice for building board applications such as wall cladding, wall partitioning and decorative walling. Here are few ideas on how you can use these boards to improve your interiors.



Use the CNC boards

CNC boards come with special cuttings in them. They come in a variety of designs giving you several options. These boards can be used to decorate your pillars or walls and can even be used for the partition or barrier. Moreover, if you just light them up from behind they will show a different character altogether. The Shera boards can also be customized as craft pieces made with CNC technology



Decorating the walls

Shera boards can be used instead of bricks for construction of any kind of building. However, it can also be used for interiors. You can paste these boards to the interior walls and use wall paper to give them the look you want. Shera boards also come with different designs that may be good enough without having to cover them with wall paper. The advantage of using these boards is that they are weather resistant, undamaged by water, fire resistant, provides sound insulation, shatter resistant, low shrinkage, and high degree of workability, termite resistant and keeps your house clean and safe.




















Cover the ceilings

When people think of renovating their interiors, the ceiling is often neglected, yet there is so much we can do with them. Just using ceiling boards can make a world of a difference.



Use the leftovers for décor

While using any kind of materials in renovating or furnishing, there are always those small pieces that remain behind that are often thrown away. If only we could be creative enough, we could utilize those materials to improve our walls. The leftover pieces of boards can be cut down in size to smaller pieces of similar sizes and pasted on the walls.