Standardize the panel types as much as you can. More units of fewer types drives cost down. Use a repeat pattern or combination of patterns vs. a continuous pattern with an image. Each change in panel type, variations in pattern, or edge detailing create a new panel type, resulting in added cost.
Simple geometric shapes and moderately sized openings are more efficient to cut. More organic, compact, intricately shaped designs are possible, but add to machine time and cost. Please see pattern library for our standardized patterns or contact BŌK Modern to talk you through guidelines for designing a custom, cost effective pattern.