IndusParquet introduces Sculptured Wall Treatments

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Medley, Fla.– IndusParquet, an original Brazilian exotic hardwood manufacturer, has announced the release of  its own textured adaptation of wood tile –  Sculptured Wall Treatments.  The new wall treatments are 100 percent recycled, hand-carved hardwood tiles crafted in distinctive mosaic squares that add an element of drama and dimension to any space.

The Sculptured Wall Treatments come in 11” x 11” preassembled tiles with an option of 1 3/4”, 2 5/8” and 2 3/4” square patterns.  The petite tile treatments are available in a variety of vivid color profiles including Brazilian Oak, Brazilian Pecan, Ebony Angelim and Tauari and can be easily installed in a wide range of settings—mirroring the process of installing traditional ceramic and glass tile.

The Sculptured Wall Treatments pair well with a selection of design styles ranging from transitional to modern farmhouse and even contemporary spaces.

“The possibilities for creating a one-of-a-kind look are endless with our Sculptured Wall Treatments,” said Jason Strong, IndusParquet vice president of sales and marketing.  “These striking exotic hardwood tiles are ideal for accent walls, adding style above a fireplace, dining room or master bedroom.  They can even be used in the kitchen or bathroom with the addition of an easy-to-apply water sealant from a home improvement store.”

As with all IndusParquet products, the Sculptured Wall Treatments are made to withstand the test of time through the company’s proprietary manufacturing process.

The IndusParquet proprietary manufacturing process includes:

·         A ClearVue colorless, crystal clear finish that helps ensure lasting durability and beauty

·         Breathe, a proprietary natural wood drying process that addresses the unique characteristics of each wood species by giving the wood required time to dry in a fresh air environment where it can     breathe and relax—locking in its beauty and strength

For more information on Sculptured Wall Treatments by IndusParquet or the company’s vast variety of products, visit

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