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There are so many ways to use Glosswood's timber boards aside from the standard horizontal or vertical application. Check out the below designs using Glosswood uniquely by cutting, painting and integrating the timber boards in new ways. Off-set the Timber Boards Create visual depth by off-setting the...

Retail stores and hospitality venues frequently use Glosswood to introduce a natural timber grain. Installation is a quick process due to the tongue-and-groove profile and light weight characteristics of Paulownia timber. The boards are easy to install and have a short leadtime for quick turnaround....

A boutique nail bar approached NV Design Agency to create a personalised experience for clients. Nail Society has a cosy, feminine feel with custom brass fittings, pink panelling and unique mosaic tiles. The Brisbane design firm used Glosswood's Round profile throughout the interior, painted a bespoke...

Glosswood introduced acoustic panels after seeing an absence of natural timber options. Acoustics are beneficial not only in commercial and hospitality applications, but also residential. Homeowners are installing acoustic solutions in open-plan living spaces and theatre rooms. In this blogpost we explore some of the...

After the past few months our bedroom space has become our sanctuary; a place where we can go to unwind and relax. By introducing timber into this room, it creates a welcoming, cosy feel. Timber lining boards are a cost-effective way to update your home,...

The latest project by architect Tim Wright it a passive-designed home in the South West of W.A. The secluded Dunsborough holiday home has floor-to-ceiling windows which look out into the bush surrounds, with a relaxed approach to modern design. As it heavily features reverberative materials...

Glosswood use Paulownia timber for a number of its characteristics. It is a sustainable, solid hardwood that is lightweight and can easily be stained. It has a blonde appearance, however some pieces can be more of a cool white and others more of a warm...