{friday finds: introducing stacked wood wall panels}

There’s an innovative, new way to add the warmth and richness of wood to your walls: with STACKED WOOD engineered wood wall panels, now available from Hirshfield’s Design Resource.

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Made from carefully selected hardwood, STACKED WOOD wall panels have been conceived to inspire designers, architects, and anybody who loves interior design.

Easy Installation

Much like engineered wood flooring, STACKED WOOD is manufactured in large panels, designed to fit together for easy installation.


Variety and Versatility

Available in 14 colors and a variety of configurations, this innovative and eco-responsible product can be installed within hours.

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Although it’s great for commercial applications, STACKED WOOD would also look great in a home. And it can be installed as a DIY project, just make sure you have the following tools:

  • Electric Drill
  • 100% Polyurethane Construction Glue (3 tubes per 100 Sq FT.
  • Construction Glue applicator
  • Finishing saw or electric miter saw
  • Jigsaw
  • Saw bench
  • Laser level or six-foot level
  • Measuring tape
  • Hammer
  • Small rubber mallet
  • X-acto type knife
  • Finish hammer or pneumatic Finish hammer or stapler (#18 and #23 nails)
  • Stepladder

If you’d like to see STACKED WOOD with your own eyes, visit Hirshfield’s Design Resource Showroom. We have a display wall with the product installed in the showroom. Questions?  Contact Kathy at 612-374-8901.

Since Frank and Elizabeth Hirshfield opened their first store in 1894, it has been our mission to do the best job possible meeting customer needs and solving customer problems. Hirshfield’s. People and products you can trust.

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