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Battle of the Surfaces

Posted on June 4, 2014 by Jared




In the boxing ring this month for our friendly Battle of the Surfaces are two gorgeous reception spaces.

On the left, the Steve Johnson dental office in Kelowna features a large feature wall made with our Finium FriendlyWall solid wood panels. And on the right, the KPMG office in Langley showcases our Reclaimed Barn Wood Wall Tiles.

Battle of the Surfaces: Reception Spaces

Vote for your favourite feature wall on our Facebook page.

Battle of the Surfaces

Posted on May 7, 2014 by Jared




This month is battle… CORK!

Every month, we put two surfaces head to head in a friendly Battle of the Surfaces! Last month, two restaurants battled it out for our virtual green leaf trophy.

Cork for wall surfaces is becoming a popular choice for eco-friendly interior designers. There are many different styles to choose from, including the two in this month’s battle. Outer burl cork wall panels (on the left) are rough and natural, whereas large brick cork wall tiles (on the right) have more visual texture.

BattleoftheSurfaces-Cork

 

Let us know which cork surface you like best on our Facebook page.

 

Battle of the Surfaces: Restaurants

Posted on April 7, 2014 by Jared




It’s our favourite time of the month… time for another battle!

Last month, we asked you to vote for your favourite space where we supplied and installed Ernest Hemingway© engineered hardwood floors. And the winner of our totally virtual gold leaf trophy is this beautiful kitchen in the 2012 PNE Prize Home:

Ernest Hemingway Engineered Hardwood Floors

For more photos of this stunning home, click here.

This month, we’re showcasing two restaurants that each feature one of our eco-friendly surfaces. On the left, Yamato Restaurant in Kelowna by Begrand Fast Design features our timeless Finium FriendlyWall solid wood panels. On the right, Chewies Steam & Oyster Bar in Vancouver features our hip reclaimed barn wood wall tiles. We love how both spaces generously use the surfaces throughout each of the restaurants – from feature walls, table dividers and bar accents.

Battle of the Surfaces, Restaurants

Let us know which space makes you say “Mmm…Mmm!” on our Facebook page.