A modern kitchen with cork panelling on the walls.

It was a staple of the 60s and 70s but SlatWall specialists Naturewall are putting cork firmly back in the spotlight.

Gone are the days of bright orange cork panels that peeled at the edges, Naturewall’s CorkWall panels are hand-selected beauties available in five finishes.

Cascais Natural exudes warmth with its rich caramel hue, while Lagos White features grey marbling to give a minimalist feel. Porto Beige blends warm and cool tones in a distinctive striped pattern while Evora Natural has a linear pattern which gives a Scandi vibe. Finally, Lagos Beige will draw the eye with its unique pattern.

Plus, because no two panels are identical, homeowners can be sure of a bespoke finish.

In addition to its aesthetic appeal, CorkWall is incredibly sustainable. The raw materials used in CorkWall regenerate every nine years for up to 200 years, ensuring minimal impact on the environment.

Olivia Crosher, Designer and Visual Stylist at Naturewall, said: “We are thrilled to expand our wall covering offering with these eco-friendly CorkWall panels alongside our wood SlatWall systems.

“With its stunning good looks, CorkWall is ideal for busy family homes where durable surfaces and excellent sound absorption may be required.

“Team with sleek furnishings in strong hues for a contemporary finish.”

Naturewall’s CorkWall range are available in packs of 11, with each pack covering 1.98 m2. They are easy to install using contact spray adhesive and a j-roller.

Naturewall’s range of CorkWall panels are available now, with prices starting at £69.99 per pack. Each pack contains 11 tiles.

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