Dark wood paneling on walls got a pretty bad rap back in the ’70s, but today’s wooden walls are far more sophisticated. The Reveal collection from Plyboo is made of beautifully textured bamboo that adds a sophisticated look to any room.
The collection is named Reveal thanks to its carved surface that reveals the complex layers present within the intricate patterns. The visual effect of the exterior patterns meeting the interior patterns is proof of the beauty of the natural material.
The panels are made from 100% FSC certified bamboo, free of urea formaldehyde and rapidly renewable. They are rated Class C fire-resistant, making them safe as well as eco-friendly.
Reveal panels are available in 8 patterns and colors. Plyboo achieves the intricate carved patterns with their proprietary RealCore technology, which also ensures that the panels are stable and the patterns consistent.
“The Reveal™ collection is a series of carved and textured bamboo panels, manufactured by Plyboo. When carved, an interplay between the face layer and revealed inner core creates a stunning visual effect. Plyboo’s proprietary RealCore™ technology insures the revealed cores are consistent and that layers of bamboo material in bi-directional construction allow for stability. This artistic collection is available in 8 different patterns and color options.”
“Reveal can help to contribute towards 3 LEED credits. It is made from 100% FSC certified Bamboo which is also rapidly renewable and free of Urea Formaldehyde. Sheet sizes are 4’x8′ X 3/4″ thick and available pre finished or unfinished.”
“Smith & Fong – makers of Plyboo® and Durapalm® – was founded in 1989 on the premise that bamboo offered unique opportunities and solutions to some of the world’s social and environmental challenges. We began our exploration with bamboo boxes, integrating form and function, making a container that was aesthetically pleasing, but also quite useful. Within four years, we had begun manufacturing bamboo flooring and quickly exhausted our manufacturing capacity in Taiwan. Moving our operations to China, we converted a tea-processing plant into a factory that produced bamboo flooring.”