Often used to provide structure, wood’s plant-based nature responds when it is exposed to the elements—wind, rain, snow, sun—and the structure becomes a canvas of diverse patinas and textures. New Mexico’s landscape is filled with such structures: weathered barns, fences, homes, and other buildings, so reclaiming wood and reusing it for paneling, furniture framing, or constructing an objet d’art is second nature. During a recent product development visit to the Museum of New Mexico, Wolf-Gordon’s designers discovered a range of wood compositions employed in a variety of designs and constructions. This provided the impetus for offering four of these wood patterns as digital wallcoverings.
“Origins Woods” imagery brings a warm, rustic touch to casual and contemporary interiors, whether behind a headboard or reception desk, in a customer waiting area or lounge, or in a retail environment. The four patterns preserve the richness and aged character of reclaimed wood, which will furnish an environment with an authentic, lived-in look.
Catalpa, Pawpaw, Tamarack, and Tupelo are each offered in three standard color options, or WG Customs Lab can create a custom color version to your specifications. Based on your project requirements, we can also evaluate the specifications of the intended space and scale the images to ensure a successful installation.
The wood images have been digitally printed on Terralon™, an earth-friendly wallcovering substrate made with 31% post-consumer recycled material. Functioning as uniformly as vinyl, this breathable polyester/natural fiber material is free of PVC, chlorine, heavy metals, and phthalates, and has very low VOCs, passing Cal 01350 for Indoor Air Quality.