Our Burnsall panelling is typical of the Jacobean period with plain, uniform, rectangular panels. It is cast from originals obtained from the 17th century church in the Wharfedale village of Burnsall, from where it gets its name.
Whilst there is no doubt it looks most impressive when used from floor to ceiling, its flexibility provides for a variety of cladding styles - whether to dado, three-quarter height, or for individual walls, staircases and doors.
In addition to wall cladding, installations can incorporate joinery work clad to match, i.e. cupboards and bookshelves within a library setting or study.