Cork Wall & Ceiling Squares - Dark

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Decorative cork wall tile squares - Dark - 4 pack.
Decorate and insulate. Tiles can also be used as a tack board. These dark tiles are composed of solid, chunky cork and are excellent insulators against temperatures, sounds, and vibrations. These multi-functional cork tiles decorate, insulate and can be used as a tack board. Make your own bulletin board with cork squares or use in an office, classroom, or any room to hang your belongings and help keep you organized. Also great on the ceiling.These cork tiles are naturally dark (nearly black) in color.They may have a slightly burnt smell from the production process. This normally dissipates over time.

  • 100% all-natural light brown cork.
  • Decorative & multi-functional.
  • Helps with acoustics and vibrations.
  • Helps insulate against temperature and sounds.
  • Easy to install. 
  • Use singly or put together on a wall.
  • Thick enough for pushpins.
  • Great for locker rooms, exercise studios, games rooms, offices, children's rooms, kitchens, board rooms, music rooms - any room.

Tile dimensions: 305mm x 305mm x 9.5mm thick (approx. 12" x 12" x 3/8").

Each package of 4 tiles covers approx. 4 square feet (approx 0.37m2).

Price is per pack of 4 tiles.

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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