New England Classic® wainscoting and paneling systems are a major advance over custom-built wall treatment systems. Our easily installed wall panel paneling systems use standard sizes of wood veneered panels, machined rails, and stiles to create affordable installations in six architectural styles. From traditional to modern styles, you'll see that the designs perfectly match classic proportions to yield pleasing visual solutions. New England Classic panel systems can be used in wall treatments from wainscoting to full-height wall paneling, and there are even special components for staircase paneling. Our interlocking panel system is so unique and effective it has been awarded three patents by the U.S. Patent Office. Custom panel sizes are available for special design solutions for all panel styles, including raised panels, flat panels, and beadboard. Wainscot Brochure
Our modular paneling systems are easily installed at a cost of approximately half that of custom millwork. Our free design service provides you with detailed drawings and a full material list to simplify your new construction or remodeling and renovation projects. New England Classic products are offered with either paintable grade surfaces or with premium oak, maple, and cherry veneers that show the natural variations in grain, color, and texture which are the essence of the woods' beauty and romantic appeal.
Six unique panel system styles are available, with styles ranging from 17th-century Colonial raised wood panel styles to current modern and international styles.
Commercial Applications The Panel System is ideal for commercial applications as well as residential applications. It is used in restaurants, social clubs, offices, conference rooms, lobbies, and waiting rooms.
Free Design Service Try our Free Design Service. Just fax or email your measurements and we will return a complete set of drawings and a materials list.
Raised panels trace their heritage back to 17th century Colonial, Federalist, Georgian and other revival styles.
Beadboard panels that mirror 19th-century Victorian, English Country, and Cottage design movements.
Recessed flat panels - honoring the American design innovations of 19th- and 20th-century Shaker, Mission, Prairie, and Arts & Craft styles.
A refined casual cottage paneling style inspired by the ‘utilitarian’ architecture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Flat panels for the minimalistic, smooth wall surfaces of 20th-century Modern and International designs.