Palm Wood Design Panel Derives From Indian Landscape

The panel features a palm wood design of offset, ovalesque carve-outs.

The panel features a palm wood design of offset, ovalesque carve-outs.

Smith & Fong Co. has announced the launch of Malabar, the latest in its line of Durapalm palm wood design offerings, according to company founder and CEO Dan Smith.

Inspired by the Malabar Coast, a region of southwest India with 6,000 years of trade and cultural exchange with Africa, the Middle East, Europe and Asia, the Malabar panel is the second in a series of Durapalm panel designs derived from the Indian landscape.

The Malabar pattern comprises a series of offset, ovalesque carve-outs that evoke the traditional carving techniques and motifs of the region. The panel measures 3/4-inches-by-36-inches or 48-inches-by-96-inches and is surface-treated with either a hand-rubbed poly or natural oil finish.

The palm material panels are an ideal addition to any interior design project. Applications include walls and ceilings as well as cabinetry, fixtures and furniture pieces.

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