Wood cladding creates a fabulous rustic feel – and it’s a trend that’s growing throughout all design schemes. The highly decorative surface treatment
can be used on just one wall, to create a very strong focal point, or used to literally cocoon every wall within a room, for the ultimate snug-like
This spring, Indigenous is introducing six wood cladding finishes to its surfaces range, with options to suit all interior designs and tastes. All
finishes are available in 40 mm x random length wood planks and are 10-25 mm thick.
Deep-toned finishes include rough block Oak and thermo-treated Eucalyptus; Oak has an elegant, contemporary feel, whilst Eucalyptus creates a rich,
dark brown effect. For a more rustic feel, Old Barrels – made from recycled wood barrel blocks - have a subtle mix of dark brown and russet tones;
the visual effect is so striking, that you can almost ‘smell’ the wine.
Indigenous’ Reclaimed Timber cladding is littered with flecks of old paint, which creates a colourful, retro feel, whilst Jeans – made from mdf blocks
with a fabric/paper denim design - creates a stunning indigo look. Pine completes the collection; made from recycled wood from rough pine blocks,
the golden toned cladding has an even colour and some graining, giving a strong Scandinavian look.
All designs can be adhered directly to internal walls, whilst Eucalyptus can also be used outdoors.