Acoustic panels with black oiled oak veneer
Sound-absorbing ceiling or wall cladding
Produced in sustainable material
Perfect for DIY projects
We cut to size to your desired measurements
Acoustic panels have many uses, but their main purpose is to reduce noise. Acoustic panels can be used as wall cladding and ceiling cladding and can also be divided into zones. In addition to reducing the noise level and improving the acoustics, the acoustic panels are elegant and a very modern interior element that create a cozy, warm atmosphere. Our acoustic panels are produced in sustainable material and are available in several wood types and with different types of oil treatment.
Acoustic panels are made of 9 mm polyester absorbent material made of, amongst other things, recycled plastic bottles. MDF slats are attached on top of the 9 mm sound-absorbing felt cloth. The slats are available in oak, smoked oak, ash and American walnut - both untreated and with different types of oil treatment, which allows for many different looks. The slats are approx. 1.1 cm deep and 2.7 cm wide with a distance of 1.3 cm between each slat.
Installation instructions can be found under the information tab.
It is easy to cut the panels to size yourself. Simply use regular tools for processing wood. A fine-toothed saw provides the best result.
The sound absorber is 100% polyester, 100% recyclable, dimensionally stable, moisture resistant and asthma and allergy friendly.
Cutting to size:
Note: When you choose a product that is cut to your desired measurements, your right of withdrawal no longer applies, as the item is specially made for you.
- 240 cm x 60 cm
- 300 cm x 60 cm
- 360 cm x 60 cm
- The total thickness is 2 cm.
Antique oiled oak veneer can show great variations in colour due to the wood's different absorbency level in relation to the oil.