Solutions Center - Materials
Part of Enduratex’s LeatherPlus line, Sonoma is a traditionally colored line of textiles that comes in 13 stock units. Sonoma has an abrasion resistance of 100,000 cycles, a -10 cold crack rating and meets numerous flammability standards. Operators can clean this leather textile using mild soap and water.
Havwoods International’s Herringbone Collection draws inspiration from Italian herringbone floors. Available in both light and dark finishes, the engineered oak features a UV oiled finished solid oak top layer on birch plywood backing and a tongue-and-groove profile. It is available in 43/4-inch by 235/8-inch block with a four-side beveled edge.
This line of wallcoverings uses a laser-cutting technique to create an organic pattern that replicates exfoliating trees. When cut at various depths, the silky textile surface reacts with a proprietary pigment, bonding to its non-woven substrate and revealing shades of color. The 51-inch wallcovering comes in five colorways.
This line of wall coverings comes from the skins of reclaimed white pine floor joists. Planks come in various lengths and widths and are available by the square foot. One side displays the rustic, original patina, and the other side is smooth for application.
Simple Walls’ Faux Brick walls are targeted toward the DIY market and made from 100 percent recycled materials, including cardboard, newsprint and wood chips. Designed for indoor use only in lightweight applications, they can be glued, stapled or screwed directly to the wall. DTLA (pictured) is finished using UV digital printing. Available in 14 colors as well as a paintable option. Sections measure 261/4 inches tall and are 43 inches wide.
Adding a durable acrylic resin to beech hardwood, TorZo Surfaces has created a sustainable surfacing material that can be used in furniture design, interior finishes and wall cladding, among other horizonal and vertical applications. RayFleck is available in eight colors, including natural.