Form At Wood FAQ

Frequently asked questions related to our Form At Wood panels.

How much are the panels?

The wooden panels from Form At Wood are available in different prices depending on different factors, with so many options available we treat each project individually to ensure we find a solution that matches your preference.  For a quick no obligation quotation, please contact us.

Below are some of the factors that affect the pricing.

  • Wood type with Ash being the cheapest, oak being a middle ground and walnut being the most expensive.
  • Panel shape and whether they are 2D or 3D. 2D being the cheapest of the two.
  • Custom RAL colours and requested wood finishes (eg special fire-resistant coatings for public spaces) are an additional cost.
  • Panels ordered.
  • Postcode for delivery costs.

How do I order / start my enquiry?

To get the ball rolling, please enquire by our enquiry form sharing any details you think relevant. Project ideas, finishes and shapes you like, your wall dimensions, any drawings or images you want to replicate – Anything you think might help us to understand your project. A location is also required so we can look at delivery costs.

What is the minimum order quantity?

There isn’t one. You chose how many panels you would like to order.

What is the lead time?

This can vary dependent on size of the order and current workload of the supplier. Typically a lead time is 5-7 weeks but please enquire if your project is time sensitive as we can get an exact timescale upon enquiry.

Do you offer samples of these panels?

For samples we have two options, our free virtual samples and our sample loaning system.

Virtual Samples

We have a large selection of virtual samples available on our Youtube page. See the sample playlist for Form At Wood.

Sample Loan Policy

We have physical samples of the Form At Wood panels we can loan at a refundable cost. For more information please enquire about our sample loan policy.

How to install Form At Wood panels?

Installing these panels is extremely easy. A good quality high grab adhesive is applied directly to the back of each panel and arrange on the wall – just like arranging a jigsaw piece. We recommend preparing the wall first then marking out with a tape measure and level before beginning. Allow the panels to adjust to the temperature and humidity of the room for 24 – 48 hours before installing.

Here is an easy step by step installation video we recommend watching to assist.

Is there anywhere the panels can't be installed?

These panels are to be installed within interiors – not suitable externally. The surface they are installed upon must be flat and smooth. They are not recommended for bathrooms, wetrooms or areas with high humidity levels.

The panels should not be installed near fireplaces, stoves or radiators where there is no proper insulation between the panels or heat source where they may come into direct contact with high-temperatures. This can cause the wood to deform.

Do you offer design assistance?

Yes, every project is unique and if you have any queries on design we will work with yourselves and Form At Wood to find an ideal solution.

How big are the panels?

Regardless of the Form At Wood panel used, each panel side is 25cm. This allows you to combine panels together flawlessly.

What wood types and finishes are available?

Price ascending the panels are available in Ash, Oak and Walnut. The Oak panels are available in 5 different standard wood finishes from CO1 to CO5 – please see our colour card. The oak can also be made to a specific RAL colour on request.

You can also request your panels to be unfinished (raw) before the final step of oil or varnish is applied. 

The most popular wood option is the Oak in the natural C04 finish.

Can I have a custom colour?

Yes! Custom colours are entirely possible. The panels in oak wood can be made to a specified RAL colour at an additional cost.

What are the panels made out of?

The panels are created from a 2 layer structure. The 12mm base is made from waterproof birch plywood to help minimise warping risks due to humidity.  The decorative top layer is solid wood in a choice of either Ash, Oak or Walnut.

What is the fire rating for the Form At Wood panels?

Unless specified otherwise the panels are as standard finished with a decorative hard was oil and have a fire rating of D-s2,ds. However if you require fire-resistant materials perhaps for public spaces, special fire-resistant coatings can be applied instead to achieve a rating of B-s1,d0.

Do they have acoustic properties?

They have some in that the 3d designs disperse sound through there 3d shapes acting as diffusers. We do however offer specialist acoustic panels classified with the highest sound absorption levels. Please contact us about the Form At Wood Hexago series if this is of interest.

Do you have 3D files of the panels?

Yes, please contact us for the ones you are interested in for access to these.

Panel Ranges Mentioned Above