The styling for the textured wood wall panels was inspired by the classic subway tile that debuted in New York City in the early 1900s. From couture centers in London and Paris to New York, the subway tile connected form and function and captured the public’s imagination, stimulating design in both residential and commercial environments.
This poplar wood tile wall covering contains muted natural hues of taupe with variations in brown and grey which has inspired visionary Designers from classic to modern to create break-out moments for their own clients. The hues of these tree bark wall tiles create a wall that pops with the essence of nature.
In keeping with the brand’s reputation, the application was strategically designed so that RAW™ (Recycled Appalachian Wood Waste) could be utilized. This creates more opportunity in the region of the Appalachians where the material is exclusively sourced and meticulously hand-crafted. But the genius of textured wood wall panels is in their simple, raw beauty that intrinsically connects man and nature.
These textured wood wall panels are 100% sourced and made in the US. Bark House® invests over 50% of its income directly back into our local Appalachian economy. See what makes us Authentically good…
Custom sized to fit your needs
No Minimum Order Required
Kiln dried and sterile
RECYCLING POPLAR BARK HOUSE® PRODUCTS
Recycling Centers are available in every county in each state across the country. We’ll help you to identify the closest Recycling Center in your area that has Demolition and Construction Recycling Infrastructure. This decreases general landfill waste and improves the environment.
Simply mulch untreated BARK HOUSE® POPLAR PRODUCTS and allow them to add biological nutrients back in the soil.
Awarded at the regenerative Business Summit led by Carol Sanford. Carol is on a mission to create a better world, and she believes that business can and will play a major role in accomplishing that.
Root Cause recognizes local businesses doing good in forestry that also support and strengthen communities in Western North Carolina.
““This architectural product added a natural, organic texture that is the feature in this powder room. Modern and rustic on the water at the foothills of the Adirondacks. The homeowners are so happy with the outcome of the powder room, they love the room, especially the bark.””
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