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B+N Industries- Barcelona & Chinoiserie Iconic Panels

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B+N INDUSTRIES ANNOUNCES
TWO NEW ICONIC PANEL PATTERNS
Barcelona and Chinoiserie

Two new patterns have been added to our collection of carved relief Iconic Panels.

Barcelona (above left): Influenced by a recent trip to Spain,
this flourish-of-the-hand pattern interprets the ruffles and flounces of the hems, as seen
on the dresses of traditional Flamenco dancers.

Chinoiserie (above right): This pattern is inspired by the style originated in the 17th Century
that incorporated fanciful imagery of trees, birds, bridges, and temples. Its whimsical origin attempts
to imitate Chinese porcelain and the use of lacquer-like materials and decoration.

Iconic Panels are created using an innovative process of formed laminate over a carved wood core.
Incredibly durable, they can be sawn, nailed, screwed, glued, or simply mounted on walls with B&N’s special Panel Cleats.

Iconic Panels are available in 16 patterns and 11 color ways, as well as three Reclaimed Wood species.

Iconic Panels can also be easily outfitted with any of our shelving and accessory hardware;
we suggest outfitting them with the Puck System. Iconic Panels are also available with LEED-qualified, fire-rated, or water-resistant cores.

To download high-resolution images that are suitable for publication, please visit our Photo Database at:
http://photodatabase.bnind.com/netpub/server.np?quickfind=%20%20%20Iconic%20Panels&catalog=catalog&site=BNPhotoDatabase3&template=results.np&offset=98

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Written by eurekaglass

July 2, 2009 at 8:52 am

Posted in Paneling

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