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New Durapalm carved panels from Smith & Fong

Smith & Fong Co. introduces a new range of Durapalm carved wall and ceiling panel systems, the first of several to be launched this year.

“Derived from the patterns and designs of Smith & Fong’s popular Plyboo Linear bamboo panel collection, the Durapalm products take on a deeper more exotic look, owed in part to the unique color and texture of the palm material itself. The dynamic look and feel as well as the rarity of palm interior products makes this exciting line perfectly suited to a wide array of commercial interior applications, including retail, hospitality and commercial office,” the company said in a statement.

“This range of eight includes the colors Mandalay, Desert, Darjeeling, Kashmir, Bitteroot, Simla, Colonial, and Rangoon.”

For more, visit www.durapalm.com.

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