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30—06—2021

Colour matching your ply? Here’s what you need to know for success

One of the best things about ply is the flexibility in design – and this is a big reason why it’s so widely specified for interior projects. The various shapes, styles and timbers allow architects and designers to get creative in its use and application, and the end results can be truly stunning.

Colour is an important element to get right in any design, as it sets the tone and character of a space. For example, natural tones create a warm and relaxed vibe, while bright colours can really pop, giving the room a distinctly modern look and feel.

Whether you’re looking to achieve a certain look or style, or need a particular colour or shade to match to a company’s branding, plywood offers some flexible options to help you achieve your desired look. In this article we share some tips to help you match your preferred colour every time.

Natural tones that go above and beyond

Maxi Panel is one of our most popular products, and with good reason. Manufactured with premium exterior-grade Baltic Birch or Monterey Pine, it’s strong and has a durable finish that can be easily repaired in the case of damage occurring. Another big plus is the range of colours available – there is 18 in total, including shades of grey, green, white, brown, yellow, reds and even purple. Maxi Panel can also be customised with your colour of choice, but it is more suited to natural tones rather than anything too bright. We don’t generally recommend it for projects where bright colours need to be matched specifically to an existing colour, as being an oil-based product, it can be hard to hit the exact tones required for a seamless look.

Bright, bold and beautiful colours that pop

If you’re looking for an eye-catching bold colour for a feature in your design, or have a brief which requires you to meet your client’s branding colours and graphics exactly, Maxi Print is the best choice. Made from quality Baltic Birch, you can print colours and graphics directly onto the panels for a seamless and perfectly matched finish. It’s as simple as selecting your colours from the Pantone range, or providing your graphic via a DXF file. The panels are then finished with a hard-wax oil coating for added durability and to maintain the bright and beautiful finish. A stunning example of the potential of Maxi Print can be seen in the Cobaw Community Centre in regional Victoria, where the printed walls really lift and elevate the space.

Colour matching is easy with the right ply panel

No matter if you’re searching for the perfect natural tone to create an ambient atmosphere, or you’re needing a specific shade of colour to match a corporate brand for their newly refurbished headquarters, with the right plywood product, you can get it right every time.

Need some guidance on specifying the best panels for the job? Or would you like some advice on colour-matching like a pro? Our team are always happy to help! Simply get in touch on 1300 761 741.

Contact us for more information
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30—06—2021

Colour matching your ply? Here’s what you need to know for success
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One of the best things about ply is the flexibility in design – and this is a big reason why it’s so widely specified for interior projects. The various shapes, styles and timbers allow architects and designers to get creative in its use and application, and the end results can be truly stunning.

Colour is an important element to get right in any design, as it sets the tone and character of a space. For example, natural tones create a warm and relaxed vibe, while bright colours can really pop, giving the room a distinctly modern look and feel.

Whether you’re looking to achieve a certain look or style, or need a particular colour or shade to match to a company’s branding, plywood offers some flexible options to help you achieve your desired look. In this article we share some tips to help you match your preferred colour every time.

Natural tones that go above and beyond

Maxi Panel is one of our most popular products, and with good reason. Manufactured with premium exterior-grade Baltic Birch or Monterey Pine, it’s strong and has a durable finish that can be easily repaired in the case of damage occurring. Another big plus is the range of colours available – there is 18 in total, including shades of grey, green, white, brown, yellow, reds and even purple. Maxi Panel can also be customised with your colour of choice, but it is more suited to natural tones rather than anything too bright. We don’t generally recommend it for projects where bright colours need to be matched specifically to an existing colour, as being an oil-based product, it can be hard to hit the exact tones required for a seamless look.

Bright, bold and beautiful colours that pop

If you’re looking for an eye-catching bold colour for a feature in your design, or have a brief which requires you to meet your client’s branding colours and graphics exactly, Maxi Print is the best choice. Made from quality Baltic Birch, you can print colours and graphics directly onto the panels for a seamless and perfectly matched finish. It’s as simple as selecting your colours from the Pantone range, or providing your graphic via a DXF file. The panels are then finished with a hard-wax oil coating for added durability and to maintain the bright and beautiful finish. A stunning example of the potential of Maxi Print can be seen in the Cobaw Community Centre in regional Victoria, where the printed walls really lift and elevate the space.

Colour matching is easy with the right ply panel

No matter if you’re searching for the perfect natural tone to create an ambient atmosphere, or you’re needing a specific shade of colour to match a corporate brand for their newly refurbished headquarters, with the right plywood product, you can get it right every time.

Need some guidance on specifying the best panels for the job? Or would you like some advice on colour-matching like a pro? Our team are always happy to help! Simply get in touch on 1300 761 741.

Contact us for more information