Looking for an original finish for the bedroom or living room? Thinking about a new and ecological interior design for your restaurant or office? Or maybe you just need a spectacularly natural and beautiful lining for the terrarium? “Expanda” decorative expanded cork is the answer to all of the above, and more.
“Expanda” expanded cork wall tiles are natural, balanced and unbeatable cork products that, with this special type of agglomerated cork, do not contain polyurethane or any other fillers or additives. Due to the high temperature processing treatment it expands (similarly to popcorn) and suberin that is releases during is a natural adhesive that binds the expanding grains. This way we produce a wonderful, natural and sustainable material that offers a perfect vibroisolation, thermal insulation and acoustic isolation.
Which format of the decorative cork wall is available for expanda?
„Expanda” cork wall tiles are in 305x305mm format and 9.5mm thick which give the space of 0.093 SQM and it is the largest format available. Ordering other thickness or larger format is not possible. If this solution is not larger enough for you, original and designer solid cork 610x915mm available in “Decorative cork bark” section might be good fit.
Bored by the omnipresent ceramics, classical wood or cold glass? Choose a timeless material that will take everyone’s breath away. Every decorative cork wall covering is 100% unique, designed and created by nature. Cork sheets will transform the interiors and make them more refined, so that you can impress your friends and family with your taste.
Originality and uniqueness at your fingertips!
Decork decorative cork wall tiles are a fine material that can be fixed in a variety of ways. The cheapest and the easiest method to fix it is by gluing with cork glue. We recommend Wakol D-3540 that can be found in our ‘Cork Glues’ section. Our advice is to use around 200 grams of glue per 1 SQM (11 squares), which means that 0.8kg of glue is enough for 44 sheets, and a bucket of 2.5kg – 130 sheets. Of course using cork glue is not obligatory. The most widely used fixing glues and strong wood binders. It is best to choose a product with good initial tack, as it will make the job easier and faster, especially for the less experienced.