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With sheet sizes up to 5 x 10 feet, TFL can carry large format prints...in the case, with matching textures.
Texture in Office Panels
The texture that made TFL famous! A linear woodgrain compatible with many different woodgrain designs, and catches the light to add visual interest.
The Many Shades of TFL
This credenza has TFL in a linen look and texture on the top and sides, and as a classic walnut on the face.
The Many (Other) Shades of TFL
Because TFL visuals are carried by printed papers, producers can take liberties with nature. Matching edgebanding from SSI add punch to the presentation.
TFL Face, Wood Edge
Wood-look edgebanding with white TFL faces create a contemporary contrast on this curvy shelf.
Creating the uniform color and opacity needed in the white papers used in TFL production requires careful addition of titanium dioxide in the paper-making process. It's more difficult than producing printed papers, and yet everyone thinks white should be the cheapest option. Don't even get us started.
Kenn Busch, founder of Material Intelligence, jet lagged in Milan.
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