Cork Wall Tiles - Countour Acoustic Square

$ 73.95 USD

( / )
Unavailable

Please select all options.

Notify me when this product is available:

Jelinek Cork contour acoustic 3D cork tiles are made from cork harvested from cork oak trees without harming the tree. There is no adhesive binder used in the production of these tiles. They are 100% natural. Granulated cork is "baked" in molds which causes natural resins in cork to bind to each other. This baking process causes the color to turn a dark brown. The cork is further shaped into 9.5 inch individual 3 dimensional squares designed with acoustics in mind. The natural color is a dark neutral between brown and black. Package of 9 squares.

  • Provide acoustic insulation, anti-vibration, and thermal insulation.
  • Soundproofing acoustic squares.
  • Natural renewable and breathable cork.
  • Designed for sound and thermal control.
  • 3D wall panels create appealing decorative effect.
  • Each square/tile is 9.5 inches x 9.5 inches diameter x 2 inches thick (at thickest point).
  • Pack of 9 squares.
  • Each pack covers approx. 5.64 square feet.

Price is per pack of 9 squares. Each square/tile is 9.5 inches x 9.5 inches diameter x 2 inches thick (at thickest point).
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.

Contact form

Have any questions about our wall tiles or installation? Reach out here and one of our specialists will get back to you shortly!



Blog posts

Moments That Matter

Moments That Matter

When we think of transition, we usually imagine something temporary, even ephemeral to the event that comes before or after it. Artist Malloury Dagon's transitional moments do just the opposite. They memorialize something fleeting, making it memorable and momentous. In fact, we can't help but gaze into the canvas.

Continue reading

Once Upon a Design

Once Upon a Design

There’s a story breaking down the walls of a downtown gallery, and it’s got me thinking outside of the traditional ‘Once Upon a Time.’ This story doesn’t have a beginning, middle, or end, but it is a story nonetheless, and its message is as powerful and enduring as any story you’ve read or heard in your lifetime.

Continue reading

Artist Interview: Angel Ciolko Celebrating HERstory Month

Artist Interview: Angel Ciolko Celebrating HERstory Month

Music and rhythm are apparent in the cinematic ebb and flow of Ciolko’s vibrant female papier-mâché torsos. Each painted in armor and each seemingly poised to lift and carry the walls of her studio into the next room. . . or maybe the next continent. It’s clear that these ladies are not standing still, nor are they waiting for someone to open the door for them. Instead, they have the oomph to open their own doors and, more importantly, open doors for others and give those less powerful a gentle push to get them through their next hurdle. 

Continue reading