Sahat kulla wood hexagon natural


The Sahat kulla by Nature@Home are luxurious and original wooden wall panels composed of 7 hexagons glued together. Made from residue nut, oak, and pine wood, these panels are suitable for indoor use, not in wet rooms. 

The Sahat kulla by Nature@Home is one of the most original 3D wooden wall panel in the Sequoia woods collection. It invites every interior lover to create a unique pattern on their walls. These luxurious wooden wall panels consists of 7 hexagons glued together. Each side of a separate part is 6 cm and made of residue nut, oak, or pine wood. Each panel is unique in composition, and has a slight relief. The dimension is 300 mm x 310 mm with 6 triangular notches. The thickness of the panel is 20 mm. The panels are for indoor use. The flower-shaped wood panels fit together like puzzle pieces, and can easily and seamlessly be applied with mounting glue on the wall. For maintenance, a vacuum cleaner, duster, or cloth is sufficient. 

Data sheet

Sequoia woods
Mix of nut, oak and pine wood
Natural brown mix
310 x 300 x 20 mm with 6 notches of 60 x 60 x 105 mm
785 gr
The Sahat kulla is a composite wood panel made from 3 types of wood, with 7 hexagons (60 mm per side). The different parts of nut, oak, and pine wood are glued together in a flower shape.
12 kg
0,982 m2 / 15 panels
Process the panels in 4 simple steps: 1 Let the panels acclimatise for 5 days. 2 Saw them to size with a cutting or circle saw. 3 Apply mounting glue to the back of the panel. 4. Press the panels against the wall and admire the final result.
Application area
Interior; straight walls
Maintenance with a vacuum cleaner, duster or cloth is sufficient. Otherwise cleaned with a slightly damp cloth. Do not use chemicals.

To keep the forests in central and eastern Europe healthy and liveable, they are regularly thinned out in a responsible manner. The wood goes to sawmills for the construction and furniture industry. Our factories collect the leftover wood from these sawmills to process them into convenient wall panels.

The pieces of oak, pine, and walnut wood are dried and heated above 55 degree Celsius for 2 weeks. This prevents insects or larvae from remaining in the wood. Hereafter, the pieces are sawn, spilt, chopped, processed and glued. The assembly of the panels are completely done by hand by experienced woodworkers. A lot care and attention is paid to every individual product.

The factory is fully managed and staffed by local residents, supply many local families work and income. The production of wall panelling offers them the opportunity to greatly improve their local living conditions.

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