TUSCANY OLIVE WOOD ADDS WALL PANELING AND ACCENT OPTIONS

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TUSCANY OLIVE WOOD ADDS WALL PANELING AND ACCENT OPTIONS TO REPERTOIRE

Tuscany Olive Wood flooring debuts new options in the works for their previously exclusive olive wood flooring line. As the popularity of wood paneling in accent walls, fireplaces, kitchen bars, and entire rooms hits its resurge, Tuscany Olive Wood has opted to expand their flooring line to encompass wall paneling.

Tuscany Olive Wood prides themselves on having the newest and most innovative flooring product out there, with a sustainable story to go along with it. Together, these things have added up to an exquisite high end flooring option unlike any other. The choice to expand the functionality of the olive wood into wall paneling and accents will help the company continue to grow and remain relevant among home design products.

Tuscany Olive Wood flooring debuted in the US during the Fall 2012 High Point Furniture Market. This exclusive flooring sources 120 to 1,000 year old olive trees, giving homeowners the opportunity to bring the Renaissance into their everyday living. Tuscany Olive Wood works with Italian olive grove owners to purchase the logs that have been pruned to stimulate new growth. By salvaging the pruned olive wood, the company provides extra income to the Italian farmers and stops the burning of these materials.

“Of course we all love olive wood here in the office and the natural beauty it gives to any room, so the addition of wall paneling options seemed like a natural jump,” said Renee Redd, PR Rep for Tuscany Olive Wood. “It will be a wonderful way to add the rich history and aesthetic of olive wood to a room without having to commit to a floor.”

Attached is a compilation of designer photos that serve as inspiration for the Tuscany Olive Wood team and to showcase what the olive wood flooring is capable of. All citations and credit found below photo {click to enlarge image}.

Wall paneling collage for agents

Starting at top, Left to Right: Cornerstone Architects, Hill Country Residence cgapartners.net; Philpotts Interiors, Designer Goes Retro philpotts.net; Stanislav Ermolenko houzz.com/pro/eself; Jessica Helgerson Interior Design, Tiny House jhinteriordesign.com; Connie Anderson Photography, Frankel Building Group ConnieAndersonPhotography.com; Darren Palmer Interiors, Potts Point 1 Bedroom darrenpalmer.com; Christiano Homes Inc., Costa Mesa Farmhouse Contemporary Remodel christianohomes.com