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Weathered Old Brown Mill Board Cladding

Origin 121

The rich hue and distressed characteristics of the Weathered Distressed Old Brown cladding make it an ideal choice for any space. Character and authenticity flows throughout. Each and every plank boasts a stunning, deep patina, which is further complemented by additional distressed characteristics, including saw marks and original nail holes.

Reclaimed from Northern Roof Spars, each piece has been kiln dried to remove any excess moisture, to provide a material stable for the modern home.

This classic colour option is a popular choice and proves a fantastic option for a variety of projects, from café counters to interior ceilings. The distressed appearance and square edges are ideal for those seeking to add a rustic touch to any residential or commercial space, whilst the natural, low shine finish makes it durable and easy to maintain.

Please note that as this is a reclaimed product the colour, grain knots and markings will vary from batch to batch, as well as from one plank to another, making our cladding a truly unique product

Technical Specification 

CodeOrigin 121
GradeReclaimed
SurfaceOriginal
ApplicationCommercial & Residential
ConstructionSolid
EdgesSquare
InstallationGlue & Face Fix
UFHNo
FinishNone
ShineNatural
SpeciesPine

Sizes & Pricing

DepthSolid 6-10mm
WidthRandom 70-200mm
Length400mm – 3000mm
Price From£39.50 + VAT per m2
(Trade discount available)

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