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The simple elegance of Decorative Bamboo Panels combine well with most contemporary designs, creating a relaxed tropical feel to living spaces.

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Wall Coverings

The simple elegance of Decorative Bamboo Panels combine well with most contemporary designs, creating a relaxed tropical feel to living spaces.

  • Ceiling linings
  • Wall linings
  • Kitchen cabinets, doors and cupboard fronts
  • Furniture, screens and feature panels
  • Lining verandah eaves

Bamboo Weave Panel

Decorative Bamboo Panels are part of our new Nature Weave range of woven design surfaces. All Style Plantation products are made from natural, renewable resources.

Decorative Bamboo Panels are the highest quality available in Australia. Handcrafted bamboo weaves are laminated to create strong and durable ply panels.

Decorative Bamboo Panels are easily fastened to timber or metal battens. They can also be fixed directly to existing walls with adhesive. Their flexibility makes them ideal for use on curved surfaces.

The panels are quickly cut to size using conventional power tools. They can be painted, stained or sealed with polyurethane or varnish.

Panel Sizes

            Code                                          Panel Size

  • NWMA244                            1200mm x 2400mm x 4mm 2.88m2
  • NWMA184                            1200mm x 1800mm x 4mm 2.16m2


“Feature It” natural fibre wallpapers are produced from fibres such as Jute, Sisal, Straw and Kudzu Vine. These eco-friendly resources are woven to create stunning wall coverings. The range contains exotic textures and luxurious colours perfect for any feature wall application.

The wallpaper is easily applied to any smooth wall surface. Lap adhesive glue is recommended for application.

The following natural fibres are used to produce Feature It Natural Fibre Wallpapers:

Jute: Jute is the second most important vegetable fibre after cotton; not only for cultivation, but also for various uses. Jute is used chiefly to make cloth for wrapping bales of raw cotton, and to make sacks and coarse cloth. The fibres are also woven into curtains, chair coverings, carpets, hessian cloth, and backing for linoleum.

Straw: Straw makes up about half of the yield of a cereal crop such as wheat, oats, rye or barley. In many parts of the world, straw is used to bind clay and concrete.

This mixture of clay and straw, known as cob, can be used as a building material. When baled, straw has excellent insulation characterics. It can be used, alone or in a post-and-beam construction, to build straw bale houses.

Sisal: Sisal plants consist of a rosette of sword-shaped leaves about 1.5 to 2 meters tall. Traditionally, sisal has been the leading material for agricultural twine (“binder” and “baler” twine) but the importance of this is diminishing.

Sisal is valued for cordage use because of its strength, durability, ability to stretch, affinity for certain dyestuffs, and resistance to deterioration in saltwater.

Kudzu Vine: Kudzu is native to southern Japan and southeast China in eastern Asia. The name comes from the Japanese word meaning vine.It is a climbing, woody or semi-woody, perennial vine capable of reaching heights of 20–30 m (66-98 ft) in trees, but also scrambles extensively over lower vegetation.

The non-woody parts of the plant are edible. The young leaves can be used for salad or cooked as a leaf vegetable; the flowers battered and fried (like squash flowers); and the starchy tuberous roots can be prepared as any root vegetable.

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