What a Wood Relief.

My brother-in-law, owner of a very well-known martini and cigar bar here in Washington, DC, emailed me a link to the website by B+N Industries. We are working on some updates at his establishment and throwing out ideas here and there for the interior re-design of the space. B+N Industries is known for their innovative and forward thinking when it comes to interior design of commercial and hospitality spaces. However, some of their notable finds are perfect right at home. My eye is on the Reclaimed Wood Iconic Panels. This collection of sustainably produced carved relief panels is available in various designs and wood varieties, Douglas Fir, Western Redwood, or Teak. Each panel is carved from FSC-certified MDF panels with FSC-certified reclaimed wood veneer and a low-V.O.C. satin finish.

Five of the patterns available at B+N Industries, Inc.

Five of the patterns available at B+N Industries, Inc.

For just over $1,000 per panel, I imagine these panels behind a claw foot tub in a modern master bathroom, illuminated by above as a decorative backdrop in an entry, or quite possibly detailing the interior spaces of a brand new mega yacht.


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