Color Cladding by Windfall Lumber and YOLO Colorhouse

Color Cladding by Windfall Lumber and YOLO Colorhouse

Produced in collaboration with YOLO Colorhouse, Windfall Lumber’s new Color Cladding combines premium, zero VOC interior paint with reclaimed Douglas fir and hemlock. 

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The Windfall Color Cladding features a lively palette of twelve saturated hues that enhance the natural texture and warmth of the wood grain.

The FSC certified Douglas fir and hemlock that’s used to make the Color Cladding is reclaimed from solid and glue laminated beams or salvaged from industrial, agricultural, and residential buildings in the Pacific Northwest.

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The boards feature tongue and groove sides with beveled edges, while the sawn face is heavily brushed to raise the grain with 25% of the boards retaining a skip sawn face. The old nail holes, staining, and finger joints not only enhance the wood’s natural beauty but they lend it a unique character, telling a story about its past life.

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Built to last, the Color Cladding is perfect for commercial, multi-family, hospitality, retail and residential settings.

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About YOLO Colorhouse"¨: Entrepreneurial duo and self-confessed color nerds Virginia Young and Janie Lowe redefined the low-VOC paint category in 2005 with the launch of YOLO Colorhouse, a boutique paint company that proved that premium paint could smell good, look stunning and preserve the planet and human health. With its low-odor, zero-VOC formula and less-is-more approach to paint colors, YOLO Colorhouse’s sustainable approach has won the respect of designers, architects, homeowners and environmentalists nationwide.

About Windfall Lumber: Windfall Lumber, based in Tumwater, WA was started in 1997 with one goal in mind: to sell wood responsibly. The wood used in its products consists of reclaimed timbers from schools, warehouses, and granary storage bins as well as FSC hardwoods grown in the Pacific NW. The species of wood include; Douglas fir, Eastern & Western maple, Oregon black walnut, Pacific madrone and Oregon myrtle to name a few. All reclaimed material is sourced regionally in Washington, Oregon and Idaho, in close proximity to the company's sustainable manufacturing facility. Windfall Lumber's attention to detail is appreciated by interior designers, architects, builders and homeowners. 

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