Bark House

Fire Cherry Laminate Wall Coverings

Eco-Friendly

Overview

This unusual common name for the pin cherry tree comes from its ability to quickly germinate and cover scorched areas of earth after a forest fire. It provides initial canopy for emerging hardwoods that eventually dominate and push the species out. We harvest the bark from these trees at this point of transition.

“Fire Cherry” is sleek and smooth, ranging from deep reddish brown to black grey with occasional brilliant bright red splashes. Lenticels (pores for the outer bark) are highly pronounced on the surface and give our wood laminate wall panels their unmistakable look of cherry. This is a bold earthy texture that is a stunning feature for a space.

This unusual common name for the pin cherry tree  comes from its ability to quickly germinate and cover scorched areas of earth after a forest fire. It provides initial canopy for emerging hardwoods that eventually dominate and push the species out. We harvest the bark from these trees at this point of transition in order to make the cherry wall paneling.

“Fire Cherry” is sleek and smooth, ranging from deep reddish brown to black grey with occasional brilliant bright red splashes. Lenticels (pores for the outer bark) are highly pronounced on the surface and give our panels their unmistakable look of cherry. This is a bold earthy texture that is a stunning feature for a space.

This cherry wood laminate is 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…

Details And Dimensions

BARK SPECIES

  • Pin Cherry (Prunus pensylvanica)

USES

  • Interior
  • Residential, Commercial
  • Traditional to Modern
  • Walls, Ceilings, Fixture Inserts

MODIFICATIONS THAT YOU CAN CHOOSE FROM

  • FSC or Formaldehyde free substrate may be specified if desired
  • Panels can be treated to meet stringent fire code standards
  • Optional lacquer or flat polyurethane finish can be added

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Panel surface is woven with multiple sheets of bark with edges overlapped
  • Actual bark is seldom thicker than 1/16”.
  • Can be laminated to ¼” birch plywood or ½” or greater MDF substrate
  • Maximum Panel size with ¼” birch substrate is 4’ x 8’
  • Maximum Panel size with ½” or greater MDF substrate is 5’ x 12’

No minimum order required

FOR PROFESSIONALS

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.

BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT

Simply mulch untreated BARK HOUSE® POPLAR PRODUCTS and allow them to add biological nutrients back in the soil.

Bark House Recycles

Bark House has a Regenerative: Beyond Sustainability course for free!  Bark House has a free 1 hour AIA CEU credit course in Architectural Record

REGENERATIVE PRODUCT AWARD

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 AWARD

Root Cause recognizes local businesses doing good in forestry that also support and strengthen communities in Western North Carolina.

Bark House Manufacturing Fire Cherry Bark Wall Coverings

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