Indigenous has introduced Reclaimed Beam to its Cladding Collection. Made from the outer timber salvaged from old European beams, the handmade cladding is rich in colour and texture, creating real vintage character. It can be used in many different ways: in a cosy snug, wrapped seamlessly around the walls, ceiling and floor; to create a feature wall or sliding door, as a decorative ‘picture’ panel or to line walls for a traditional panelled look.
Reclaimed Beam is offered in three different formats: as 3D cladding made from short staves; as tongue-and-grooved engineered planks and solid panels. The individual cladding pieces are random widths and lengths, and colour tones vary from light silver and sandy shades to rich walnut.
Other reclaimed designs include Indigenous’ Chestnut, Pine and Barn Spruce; Old Windows with its original chips of paint; Old Barrels made from recycled wine casks; Pyrography Chestnut, with embossed French text in the style of antique wine crates; Wood & Metal Patchwork; Wood & Fabric Mix, Recycled Jeans and Zinc.
The collection also includes cladding made from sustainable Brass, Copper, Oxidised Copper, Eucalyptus and Oak.
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