If you have a car in need of a refurbishment or extra organised storage space, using lightweight wood and board materials such as MDF, Plywood and fineer boards is a great way to renovate it. With these materials, you can easily give a unique and personalised interior to your car.

One of the most popular uses of wood and sheet materials in car renovation is to replace the dashboard. By covering the dashboard with wood veneer panels or other sheet materials, you create a unique and luxurious look. You can also create customised storage compartments, console covers and door panels with these materials.

Another use of wood and board materials is to create storage compartments and shelves in the boot of your car. By creating custom-made boot panels with (lightweight) MDF or underlayment, you can make the most of the available space and ensure an organised boot.

Wood and panel materials are also ideal for making upholstery for car seats. By making upholstery from wood veneer panels or plywood and covering them with foam and upholstery fabric, you can create a unique and comfortable seat. Moreover, these materials allow you to match the seats to the rest of your interior.

Renovating a car with wood and sheet material can be a challenging project, but with the right materials and tools, it is quite doable. There are many examples available that explain step by step how to proceed. Whether you are an experienced handyman or just starting out with wood and sheet material, there are countless ways to express your creativity and give your car a unique look.