Faced panels are wood-based panels whose sides have been covered with decorative papers or polymeric foils.
The avant-garde of the Cleaf’s faced panels collection is given by the exceptional care in the combination of decorative and texture, as well as the depth of the latter.
The Alpaca texture reproduces the silky effect of the precious natural fiber once used for the clothing of the Inca emperors.
The Alter texture has a delicate grain that is clearly inspired by wood.
The Ametis texture has the body of shantung silk. It's perfect for interior design projects that combine functionality and refinement.
Inspired by the urban brickwork that characterises industrial architecture, the Ares texture reflects the simplicity and depth of a concrete wall or trowelled plaster.
The Azimut texture is inspired by the cedar wood, aged and worn by the passing of time. The effect highlights wood grain, providing a warm and enveloping feeling.
Shou Sugi Ban is the ancient Japanese technique of burning wood to preserve it over time. Besides being a conservative and eco-sustainable practice it gives an aesthetically pleasing "burnt wood" effect. The Bruciato texture is the representation of this effect on an ash essence.
Cheope is a geometric texture inspired by the perfect lines of pyramids seen from a zenithal point of view. The shape is interpreted in its three-dimensionality, in order to create plays of light and shadow on furniture and walls.
The Concreta texture has a material aspect comparable to the plaster used for the decorative coatings of walls and ceilings.
Corteccia texture redefines the elegance of the chestnut wood. In the ancient peasant culture, the chestnut was considered the symbol of foresight, as it was able to feed, like a good parent, his children throughout the winter. Based on this popular belief, it used to build a chestnut wood crib to make the baby grow strong and sturdy. Corteccia texture enhances the importance and the length of the flames, reducing their rustic appearance.
Duna features reliefs of medium-sized granules such as sandstone.
The Ego texture is perfect for those looking for the simple design of woods with small porous.
Sophistication with a vintage feel, the Engadina texture is a reinterpretation of rustic wood.
Inspired by the king of the forest, the white fir, the Esperia texture has a straight and depth grain that gives intense tactile and visual sensations.
The Fiocco texture is soft to the touch and uniform. Its versatility makes it easy to combine with all the decoratives.
Fronda reproduces the elm wood, a plant widespread in the Italian countryside until the middle of the 20th century. Its luxuriance is glorified by the Latin poet Virgilio in the Bucoliche. The grains are similar to those of oak but the color of the essence is brighter.
The Grafis texture is composed by close and irregular lines, as if to represent the brush strokes of an oil painting on canvas.
The Grafite texture evokes the imagery of natural elements to convey refined hints of colours and materials.
A linear and subtle texture with "saw cut effect". Granger is used primarily for the shutters of furniture.
Inspired by the world of metals, Idea is a texture featuring a brushed aluminum with a 45-degree angle engraving.
Jiometori is a texture with a geometrical composition inspired by Carlo Scarpa's Brion tomb. Its versatility makes it interesting in combination with decorative papers with a wood essences, for a synchronized result, solid colours that enhances its graphic aspect, but also metallic and stone effects.
Lacca texture reproduces the effect of lacquering, intended as the painting that uses lacquer, a colored covering paint that hides the grain of the wood. The matt look makes it extremely elegant and ideal in combination with solid colour decorative papers.
The shallower version of the Matrix texture: artisan flavor and industrial technique.
Linette is an elegant texture that is inspired by freshly cut wooden planks. It's can be combined with solid colour, as well as a wooden decoratives.
The Maloja texture reproduces smooth maple wood which has been used since ancient times for its delicate grain. It gathers together these elegant details and combines them with a new resistance and flexibility .
The Matrix texture is the result of an in-depth research and development activity, of an artisan vision in the care of details and industrial in the evolution of technology.
The Millennium texture reproduces the extremely smooth and uniform composition of red pine. Its flaming look creates beautiful visual effects through alternating levels of matt and gloss.
The Mosaico texture is a composition of square tiles whose irregular appearance is given by different levels of depth and width.
The Nadir texture features a geometrical composition on a squared background. An intersection of lines and volumes that evokes a formal and contemporary precision.
Paulownia wood is used for the production of okobo, the traditional Japanese sandals worn by maiko, the apprentice geisha. They are made with a single block of carved wood and they have a very high heel dig at the front of the foot. The Okobo texture has an attractive appearance due to the regularity of the fiber.
Orthogonal version of the Matrix, the Orion texture creates a contrast effect with the decorative paper whose grain is oriented in the opposite way.
Orizzont is a wood-effect texture with thin and light lines.
Ovatta reproduces the uniformity and softness to the touch of the wadding obtained by mixing cotton cuttings and used in tailoring and tapestry for the upholstery of clothes, sofas and, subject to aseptic treatment, in healthcare.
The Paglia texture presents an endless series of parallel vertical lines that give the surface a vibrant effect. Combined with solid color decorative papers it enhances the geometric pattern and with the wood essences it blends the three-dimensional effect.
The marked knots and grains inspired by oak wood make the Pembroke texture intriguing and perfect in combination with more neutral surfaces at a tactile effect.
Penelope is deeply organic texture that reproduces the linen effect. It's very flexible thanks to its perfect combination with all solid colours and patterns.
The Poro Noce texture reproduces the wood of walnut, a tree considered a symbol of fertility, whose ancient presence in Campania is witnessed by the discovery in the excavations of Pompei of carbonized trees. The pores are spread in a diffuse way and are easily recognizable to the naked eye.
The Poro Rovere texture replicates the characteristic light and delicate pore of oak .
Primofiore texture is inspired by the weave of leather. Its softness and “silkiness” make it particularly fascinating, both emotionally and aesthetically.
The Quercia texture is a contemporary interpretation of the oak essence. An in-depth research to mantain unchanged some typical aspects of the essence: the deep and dense pore and the brushed appearance on the bottom.
Reflex is a bright texture that shines like brushed aluminium. Elegant and perfect combined with metallic or solid colour papers.
Réna is the horizontal version of the Sablè texture. Born to meet the needs of door coverings it’s perfect for furniture and interior as well. Its brushed effect is typical of handcrafted wood essences.
Riga texture is inspired by the parallel lines found in architecture and nature. The alternation of the negative and positive pace expresses three-dimensionality, the pore just hinted gives a classic look. In combination with the solid colours it reveals its contemporary personality.
The brushed effect of the Sablè texture is characteristic of handcrafted wood essences.
Geometric lines are replaced by organic forms. Wood grains of the Scultura texture are emphasised by the interplay of light and shadow.
Shanghai texture generates an extremely dynamic asymmetrical linearity. It's characterized by a strong three-dimensional relief which is highlighted by the wide-rangng of the spaces.
The Sherwood texture takes Po Valley oak as its reference, with strong and deep markings.
The refinement of the Smart texture adds a sensitive element when used in the most sophisticated interiors and is ideal for solid colours and bolder patterns.
Spessart is a vintage-feel texture born from a reinterpretation of oak veneers.
Surf is a wavy and soft texture that evokes the feel of sandy beaches at dawn, in an alternation of lights and shadows.
Talco is a soft and silky texture that can be combined with solid colors or stone effect decorative papers.
Tivoli is a deep and synchronized texture. A half-flamed ash compound.
The Toucher texture is inspired by the roughness of stingray leather. It is suitable for use inside wardrobes, combined with solid colours and patterned effects.
The Tranché texture reproduces the feel of rough wood, an handcrafted process that keep an irregular and archetypal stroke.
Yosemite reproduces the tactile and visual effect of the legendary Scots pine and represents the first synchronized texture by Cleaf. Light reflections emphasize the depht of its grains.