Wall Panels

Receptions and Conference Rooms are candidates for upgraded wall panels that match other millwork and furniture items.  When the designer specifies, we can match veneer and finish to purchased furnishing as well as provide coordinated wood panels, fabric panels and graphics installation.  Panels can be detailed to have their joints align with other room décor items or panels can be used to conceal access to hospitality or foodservice while allowing hidden surfaces to provide handy pull out marker panels.

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Chadbourn & Parke, Houston, Texas

When attorneys engage in mediation having a sound separated small space for opposing parties to re-group is a necessity.  This seating area off the reception ties into the main conference area with the wood veneer wainscot design.  Acacia finish engineers utilized the concept of dual contrasting veneers and a single color stain and top coat.  Leveling strips and “Z” clips fix the panels to the drywall.


Park Laureate Office Building, Houston, Texas

Acacia heavily coordinated weekly with the general contractor to replace polished granite panels with new wood veneer panels to add warmth to the public spaces.  Using wood reveals and quarter sawn walnut veneer panels a new element was added to the lobby and details were carried up to the suspended wood ceiling elements.  Coordination was mandatory to install lighting, speakers, smoke detection and fire suppression in the new wood ceiling.  Lighting was also installed around the edges to float the element in the space.


Park Laureate Office Building, Houston, Texas

Feature walls and tribute walls are common in public spaces.  This edge lit glass display was a tribute to President George H. W. Bush and his 20th anniversary of his tenancy in the building.  Part of the work in this re-development was to add warm wood paneling to the lobby and remove a percentage of the polished stone.  Stainless steel accents and concealed lighting and the sculpture mount were solved by the Acacia engineers.


Rosetta Resources, Houston, Texas

Cladding this free standing steel supported internal stair with wood veneer to match adjacent wall panels brought a richness to the décor and a warmth to the space.  The veneer is a plain sliced veneer with cross-fire highlights.  The wall panels wrap design elements and conference rooms that fall adjacent to the internal stair so there are cohesive design elements from floor to floor.  Acacia engineers developed the details to attach the veneer panels to the stairs for secure attachment and also fasteners that acknowledged a certain amount of movement inevitable in this type stair.