Tactile Ebony

Tactile Ebony
Tactile EbonyTactile Ebony

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The Tactile range consists of textured Oak wall panelling, perfect for a subtle and sophisticated element of texture to any interior.

Tactile Ebony is an engineered plank with a sawmarked surface, pre-finished with a black oil. This product is a popular wall lining choice in both residential and commercial interiors, including luxury homes, premium accomodation, hospitality venues, commercial offices and more.

Dimensions 240mm x 15mm x 2.2m
Wear Layer 4mm

  • Price POA
  • Availability Please enquire
  • Unit Size 3.168m2 pack
  • Min Order Qty 1 pack
  • Code TRSOEB



Collection NameTactile Product NameEbony Product CodeTRSOEB Product TypeEngineered Plank


Wear Layer4mm Solid European Oak BaseCross-directional plywood


Width240mm Thickness15mm Length2.2m


SpeciesEuropean Oak Wood GradeFeature Surface TextureHeavily sawmarked Edge StyleBevelled 4 sides


StatusPre-finished FinishNatural oil SheenMatte


Suitable ApplicationsResidential & Commercial Suitable UsesWalls, ceilings & more Suitable Substrates- JointsTongue & groove Installation MethodDirect stick, nail, secret fixing bracket


Residential25 Years Commercial5 Years


PEFC CertificationAvailable on request


Tactile Brochure
Tactile Brochure
Portable Document Format (PDF) (1.09mb)

Buyer Awareness

As this is a natural product you may experience the following:
Colour and Grain Variation
Wood is a natural product and will vary in colour and grain pattern from piece to piece. Please understand that this product will differ to what is represented in a display panel or sample. This variation is part of the natural look and should not be considered a fault
Batch Variation
There may be a variation in colour between batches - it is recommended to request a current batch sample if this is of concern to you. Please note: There will be colour variation between boards which cannot be represented from a small sample.
Fading/Darkening over Time
Natural wood products react to sunlight, resulting in fading or darkening over time. For example, a natural non-coloured Oak turns more golden from sunlight exposure. This is a naturally occuring process and is not considered a product fault. In general, lighter colours tend to darken while darker colours are more likely to fade.
Tactile Ebony
PLEASE NOTE: When calculating square meterage required you will need to allow extra for wastage. General rule of thumb is to allow 10% extra for square areas, 15%+ extra for rooms with curved or angled areas and 15%+ extra for stairs.