acoustic wood ceiling tile
Morton Arboretum
wood ceiling treatments
Trinity Lutheran Church
acoustical wood ceilings
WoodTrends Elite
acoustical wood ceiling tile
Morton Arboretum


WoodTrends Elite Ceiling Panel System creates a genuine wood veneered ceiling, easily installed into a standard 15/16” T-grid, leaving a 3/8” pencil line reveal between panels. This system is built on MDF core with a .6mm veneer thickness.

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WoodTrends Elite Ceiling Tiles offer downward accessibility by utilizing a unique compression spring technology that allows for zero clearance above the grid and easy accessibility.

  • Class A fire rated
  • MDF Core
  • Standard sizes of 2'x2' | 2'x4' | 1'x6'
  • Custom sizes available
  • NRC values as high as .90

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Finishes & Perforations

Custom staining is available, or choose from the 24 standard and 40 custom veneers that are offered. State-of-the-art CNC machinery produces round or elongated perforations to achieve optimum acoustical results.

Trinity Lutheran Church

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This project incorporates 5,520 square feet of WoodTrends Elite, custom wood veneered acoustical ceiling panels, featuring a design with many angles, slopes, inside and outside corners. Due to the fact that there are very few panels that are actually installed in either a horizontal or vertical configuration, hardware and installation design was critical. 

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Micro & Nano Perforations


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