CSI Wall Panels - Shop By Theme

  •  The Farmhouse concept has influences from Cape Cod, Salt Box, and Colonial design styles.
  •  Classic symmetry on windows and doors, clean white base.
  •  Wooden clapboard siding, dormer windows, white ironstone, galvanized metal.
  •  Moulded by 19th and 20th century Arts and Crafts movement, Bauhaus emphasized simplicity in form.
  •  Simple rectilinear forms combined with practicality. Form follows function.
  •  Tubular steel, wrought iron, glass, concrete.
  •  Inspiration from romantic Italian and Spanish architecture with an homage to the seaside lifestyle.
  •  Arch motifs, organic patterns, clean whites, warm browns and pops of turquoise.
  •  Stucco walls, tile or terra cotta roofs, wrought iron balconies, large windows.
  •  Based on the industrial movement, this sleek design style has rippled through many modern trends.
  •  Exposed motifs including brick walls, steel columns without drywall wraps, and unfinished details.
  •  Brick walls, wrought iron, steel, brushed nickel, copper, concrete, filament lighting, timber roof trusses.
  •  Originated from 1980s Manhattan when manufacturing buildings were converted to living spaces for artists.
  •  Industrial look defined by high ceilings, exposed ducts, brick walls and monochromatic palettes.
  •  Concrete, wooden beams, large windows, brick walls, hardwood floors, tin ceilings and thick plaster walls.
  •  Based on the 1800s novel by Jules Verne where he envisioned submarine technology beyond his time.
  •  Rustic appeal, with exposed rivets, organic embellishments, ornate bronze details, and textured steel walls.
  •  Metal, bronze, gold, weathered wood.
  •  1970s design genre moulded by Psychedelic, Post Minimalism, and Installation art movements.
  •  Interiors adorned with eye-popping geometric patterns, bright color palettes, wooden wall panels.
  •  Stone, teak, pine, wicker, polyurethane plastics, tubular steel, exposed brick walls, Terracotta tiles.
  •  Set in 1940s during World War 2, with design influences from film noir and German Expressionism.
  •  Curved archways, geometric tile patterns, organic floral forms.
  •  Floral accents, linoleum flooring, wooden furniture, chrome & vinyl bar stools.
  •  1920s design styles defined as Revivalism, Modern, Art Deco.
  •  Lavish room designs featuring geometric and angular shapes.
  •  Shiny fabrics, glass, chrome and mirrors.
  •  Recurring themes reflective of Hemingway’s travels to Italy, Paris, Key West, Africa, Spain, Cuba and Idaho.
  •  Defined by robust construction, attention to detail and outstanding craftsmanship.
  •  High quality materials including leather, vinyl, PVC, hardwood flooring, 100% hand-stitched cowhide rugs.
  •  A fusion of 1930s Hollywood architecture, Art Deco and forward-thinking technological progress.
  •  Known for its lavish, highly detailed, and bold geometric forms of Cubism.
  •  Ebony, ivory, aluminum, chrome, diamonds, marble, sculpted wood, sculpted bas-reliefs in stucco.
  •  Inspiration from rustic antiques and old leather furniture.
  •  Characterized by sharp lines of acrylic, rough coral, smooth stone.
  •  Driftwood, willow, fossilized stone, coral, soft linen, acrylic, zinc aluminum.