Acoustic Cork Wall Panel - Various Patterns

$ 18.95 USD

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When you need the outside world to be a little quieter, install these acoustic cork wall tiles for soundproofing. 

These 13mm thick tiles have been designed to reduce sound and vibration in a room, making them perfect for your apartment, townhouse, or home office! You can pick the pattern that will blend into the decor you already have in your home! Place these tiles on the ceiling to reduce sound and vibration from upstairs while reducing echoing in your space. 

Cork is harvested from the Cork Oak Tree's bark, making it one of the most sustainable insulating materials. The natural properties also make it safer to have in your home! There is no-off gassing, no harsh chemical smells, and no toxic by-products created in production. 

Cork wall tiles are:

  • Anti-microbial
  • Anti-Fungal
  • Eco-friendly
  • Long-Lasting
No matter your style, there is a pattern that can match your decor. Choose between the eight patterns we have available. Are you looking for a different thickness of tile? We have decorative tiles and bulletin board tiles available in the same patterns.


Check out our installation video here

Dimensions: 300mm x 600mm x 13mm
(approx. 11-3/4" x 23-1/2" x 1/2")

Price is per tile.

Note: Due to the natural characteristics of cork along with variations in technical displays, the color may vary slightly from the image on the screen.

Care Instructions for Cork Wall tiles: dust regularly and wipe with a damp cloth occasionally
the cork tree is planted, starting the cycle. The cork tree grows its bark thickening. The bark is carefully harvested and turned into commercial products, the bark on the tree regrows and the cycle continues.

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