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Designer Wood Cladding.

Timber Wall Cladding is nothing new and has been used for centuries as a method of insulating walls either on the inside or the outside of buildings.

However it is seeing a resurgence in popularity partly due to use in public buildings such as London bars and restaurants. Pictured is a Bavarian restaurant using oak with plenty of visible sapwood fixed in diamond repeats.

Timber Wall Cladding

Our collection is narrowed down to some purpose made products and some interesting flooring which can make a strong visual impact when used on a vertical surface. Of course any engineered or solid board can be fixed vertically and with the right choice it can add both functionality and designer style to your project.

Why not come and view our extensive displays.


Wall Cladding

Timber Wall Cladding Reclaimed Teak Mosaic

Mosaic Collection

Reclaimed Spruce
Reclaimed Spruce

Reclaimed Oak
Reclaimed Oak

Reclaimed Teak
Reclaimed Teak Strips

Teak Relief
Teak Relief Mosaics

Painted Boards

Pink on Blue
Reclaimed Pine
Pink on Blue

Yellow on White
Reclaimed Pine
Yellow on White

Blue on Yellow
Reclaimed Pine
Blue on Yellow

Limewashed
Reclaimed Pine
Limewashed

Reclaimed
Grey Pine
Reclaimed Grey Pine

Solid Spruce
Black Antiqued
Solid Spruce Black Antiqued

Painted Pine
Painted Pine

 

Rustic Cork
Rustic Cork Wall cladding


Cork Wall Cladding.

Not wood strictly speaking but it does come from a tree. The bark to be precise.

Ready to fix wall panels can be made up from broken edged pieces of cork. Shown here in various thicknesses and in relief it makes for an excellent sound proofing material as well as being very attractive with its natural colours and variation.


Sawn & Brushed
Designer sawn finish Oak


Oiba can offer several wood flooring options not shown.

Seen here; sawn and brushed then white oiled oak, similar effect to the floors in Tate Modern by Herzog and de Meuron.

Random boards x 190 x 15mm from £69.86/m² + vat


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