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This small bed-and-breakfast includes a century-old restaurant outfitted with wood paneling and luxury cabin decor.

From Eater

In a backroom with dark wood paneling and an electronic bingo board on the wall, two men and two women sat around a table, each holding five cards as they played euchre.

These lines can be on carpets, seats, paneling, doors, or any other parts of the vehicle where the water might have done its damage.

Furnished with wood paneling and a patrician window curtain, it fits a refrigerator, a sink, a TV, and pumping stations equipped with hospital-grade breast pumps, armchairs, shelves, hangers, tissues, and wipes.

From Time

The interior is sea-captain chic, with dark wood paneling on the walls and ceiling.

The floors were softened by cork tiles, the walls by Philippine mahogany paneling.

Caribou antlers protrude from the wood paneling on the walls with hollow gift-wrapped presents dangling from the dried bone.

After pulling over the car, the paneling of which was packed with drugs of all kinds, the cops tow it to the station.

Some of the apartments on the second floor retain much of their elaborate oak paneling and there are several fine mantel-pieces.

Like many of the early houses in Virginia, its interior is finished in pine paneling.

Instantly, the window had vanished, the wood paneling again covered the wall.

She started to the tall canopied head and pulled the faded fabrics away from the paneling.

And yet, when Val had gone over the paneling there inch by inch, he had gained nothing but sore finger tips.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to paneling, such as: bar, barricade, barrier, block, dam, and embankment.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.