St. Petersburg, Florida-based Cuttoffs has a nifty reversal in the name as well as in the concept—they make extraordinary wall and ceiling panels from small pieces of sustainably sourced wood, including the “Offcuts” disposed of by other mills.
Cuttoffs creates the panels by assembling these smallish pieces of wood (typically around 1 and 1/4” thick) in artful patterns on a 1/2” sheet of birch plywood.
The panels are appropriate for ceilings and walls, and the styles are limited only by geometry, with rectangular, square, plank, and trapezoidal patterns.
Cuttoffs also offers the occasional aesthetic tour de force, as seen in this “Hi-Fi” pattern that duplicates the look of a sound studio.
Available woods include Walnut, White Oak, Weathered Oak, and Jatoba. Alternative species are available on request.
All Cuttoffs panels feature tongue and groove for easy installation. To find out more, see Cuttoffs.