Alias Wall Panels
Alias Wall Panels
Alias wall is an exclusive rustic panel designed by our craftsmen and made using reclaimed rectangular blocks and sold per m2. Our timber wall covering panels are crafted sustainably from authentic timber sources in Baltics. Real weathered wood is ideal for bedroom wall, lobby statement wall or lounge feature wall.
These panels are 100% sustainable for you and our planet. No trees are chopped down in the making. Instead, we are reusing barn materials, benches, boats and furniture that is no longer in use, giving them a new life and stopping them from going to landfill.
Enhance the benefits pure wood can deliver to your living space by choosing decorative wood wall from our Alias Collection.
Reclaimed Spruce & Pine Tree Timber.
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We are in love with this sitting room transformation. Matthew has beautifully styled an open and airy space to create a relaxed atmosphere.
Acclimatisation & Recommended Adhesive.
To ensure optimal results, we suggest acclimatizing the wood panels to the new environment for 1-2 days without unpacking them. This allows the panels to adjust to the climate of the room. When installing the panels, it is important to use a water-free polymer-based flexible mounting adhesive. Avoid using dispersion-based (water-based) adhesives, as they may cause the panels to deform. Following these guidelines will help you achieve the desired outcome.
Preparing The Wall For Wood Panels.
Before installing the panels, ensure that the surface is reasonably flat, clean, dry, and free from dust. Please note that our product is designed for use in rooms with a relative humidity ranging from 40% to 60%. Due to the natural wood composition, we do not recommend using the panels in high humidity areas.
How To Install Wood Wall Panelling.
When attaching the panels to the wall, it is important to use a polymer-based mounting adhesive. Avoid using dispersion-based (water-based) adhesives, as they can cause the panels to deform. When selecting an adhesive, carefully follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer, taking into consideration the specific surface requirements and recommended amount of adhesive. Apply the adhesive as instructed, ensuring that it is also applied to the corners of the panels for secure bonding.
How To Attach Wood Panels To Wall.
You have the flexibility to arrange the panels on the wall according to your individual preference and creativity. You can explore various options, such as horizontal, vertical, diagonal, or any other pattern that suits your vision. Alternatively, you can refer to the provided diagram for inspiration and guidance on panel placement.