The planks are now available in woven white, woven charcoal gray, coastal white and driftwood gray.
Armstrong Ceilings has added four new white and gray wood-grain finishes to its WoodHaven line of fiberboard ceiling planks: woven white, woven charcoal gray, coastal white, and driftwood gray.
All four of the new wood-grain finishes are designed to introduce texture and visual interest to the otherwise uninterrupted ceiling space, according to the manufacturer. The coastal white planks mimic the wood of rustic, weathered wood, while driftwood gray is modeled after the look and texture of reclaimed wood. The woven white and woven charcoal gray planks feature a linen-like texture, and may be installed on both the walls and ceilings to evoke the appearance of shiplap.
WoodHaven is available in pre-finished, medium density fiberboard planks that measure 5 inches by 84 inches. The planks require no sanding, staining or sealing, and the beveled tongue/grooved edge connections are designed to minimize gaps during the planks’ normal expansion and contraction.
WoodHaven is now available in a total of 16 finishes, five of which may be used on the wall. ceilings.com