Panneau collection

PL24 Torched Pine

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Selected pieces of reclaimed pine are lightly flamed to produce a distinctive scorched surface which accentuates the natural grain. Panneau is a new way to add character and design to interior spaces. Walls can be redefined with the application of Panneau wooden cladding. Made from recycled timber ranging from old industrial and farm buildings to reused wine casks which still carry the satisfying earthy red aromas of the wine cellars. Panneau is perfectly engineered to fit together seamlessly creating stand out feature walls.

Product specification


Description: Rough Sanded & Scorched Pine


Product Type: Reclaimed, Re-purposed & Recycled Wooden Cladding


Total Thickness: Up to 50 mm


Width & Length: 200 x 686 mm


Top Layer: Up to 50 mm Re-purposed Pine


Grade: Reclaimed


Core Layer: Hardboard


Pack Size: 1.2 m2


Pack Contents: 10 Panels


Joint Type: Finger Jointed


Fully Bonded Installation: Yes


Secret Nailed Installation: Yes


EUTR Compliant: Yes


Installation Basics

Interlocking panels can be bonded to interior walls and other surfaces. Read more about Installation here.

Care and Maintenance

Panneau Is made from untreated reclaimed timber and can be kept clean with general dusting and vacuuming with a brush extension.

Environment

Panneau is manufactured in Europe using reclaimed and recycled timber backed onto reconstituted hardboard. By using reclaimed and repurposed timber, often waste material otherwise unused, Panneau aims to be a truly sustainable product. Read more about our environmental approach here.

Part of the

Panneau collection

Make a feature of your walls with the Panneau wooden wall panel collection. Made from reclaimed and recycled woods the decorative wall panels are available in a range of colours and patterns, bringing the natural beauty and texture of real wood to easy to install feature wall panels.

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