Natural Hickory Walling
Natural Hickory Walling
Natural Hickory Walling

Natural Hickory Walling

Regular price $4.99 /sf
23 feet per box Save $-4.99
303 in stock

Hickory is probably the most sought after hardwood walling on the market. It comes in so many distinct colors and cuts that it's perfect for just about any project. Hickory sports a strong but fairly consistent grain pattern that many people fall in love with. This wall has one of the largest plank widths available in walling which allows for some very unique looking walling. 

Beautiful, durable, affordable - what are you waiting for?


Connection: Tongue & Groove
Finish: UV Oil
Style: Hand Scraped
Width: 7.5""
Length: 75"" (Random Length)"

**This product does not have a self-stick backer and needs to be installed using construction adhesive or brad nails**



 

HOW MUCH WALLING DO I NEED?

Enter the length and width of your wall to determine how much you need.

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WALLING INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

This is a generic installation guide only. Installation instructions from the product's manufacturer must be followed. Inspect ALL materials carefully BEFORE installation. Wood is a natural product containing characteristics such as variations in color, tone and wood grain. Some variation in color is to be expected in a natural wood floor. Even though our product goes through many inspections before it leaves the plant, it is the customer and installer’s responsibility to do the final inspection prior to installation. Warranties DO NOT cover materials with visible defects once they are installed.

NECESSARY SUPPLIES

  • Level
  • Pencil
  • Tape Measure
  • Saw
  • Finish Nailer
  • 1 1/4” - 1 1/2” Finish Nails
  • Rubber Mallet 
  • Floor Roller

PREPARE YOUR SURFACE

Your new walling is designed to stick to a wide variety of surfaces. The surface you’re applying to must be flat, dry, and structurally sound. If the surface has been recently painted, you must wait 24-48 hours to ensure that it’s fully cured if you plan to use the self stick backing. You must allow the walling to acclimate for 48 hours prior to installation and it should not be installed at a temperature less than 60 degrees. For best results, humidity levels of 35-55% must be maintained after installation. If these rules are not followed, you will likely not get a secure bond between your new walling and the surface you are installing over.

  • Remove any electrical plates and light switch covers.
  • Scrape off any debris or loose pieces of wallpaper/drywall/etc.
  • Remove any nails, staples, or anything else that may cause the walling not to stick to the wall.
  • Wipe your surface clean to ensure a solid bond.
  • Before you begin installing, be sure to lay out planks from several boxes to make sure that you have a good variety of different shade planks and lengths to achieve a random look.


PEEL AND STICK INSTALLATION

Using a level and a pencil, mark a straight line across the wall to start your first row off of.

Remove the adhesive backing and attach your first board to the wall, ensuring that you keep it even with the line. Continue installing the planks across the wall until you reach the other side and cut the last plank to fit snug against the wall. Test fit the last plank before removing the adhesive to ensure proper fit. Use a floor roller or a rubber mallet along the entire row to ensure the adhesive is stuck firmly to the entire wall.

Begin installing the next row using the cut piece left from the previous row while ensuring the end gaps from one row to another are staggered by at least 6” to create a random, natural look. Repeat that process until you reach the ceiling. On the last row, cut the planks lengthwise to fit while leaving a 3/8” expansion gap against the ceiling. This is critical, as wood is a natural product that expands and contracts.

Repeat below the first row you installed until you reach the floor.

We recommend face nailing the planks randomly throughout the installation as well to ensure a secure hold for years to come.

Once you’ve finished installing the entire wall, once again go over it with the roller or the rubber mallet to ensure that the self adhesive has a solid bond to the wall.

If any gaps are left around the perimeter, quarter round can be used to create a clean finished look


NAIL INSTALLATION

Note - Can be used with self adhesive walling or with any of our tongue & groove flooring products.

Using a level and a pencil, mark a straight line across the wall to start your first row off of.

For the first row, face nail each plank in several spots ensuring that you keep it even with the line that you just marked. We recommend nailing no closer than 6" from the ends of each plank. Continue installing the planks across the wall until you reach the other side and cut the last plank to fit snug against the wall. Test fit the last plank before nailing to ensure proper fit.

Begin installing the next row using the cut piece left from the previous row while ensuring the end gaps from one row to another are staggered by at least 6” to create a random, natural look. Nail down the length of the tongue side of each plank at a 45 degree angle every 8-12”. Repeat that process until you reach the ceiling. On the last row, cut the planks lengthwise to fit while leaving a 3/8” expansion gap against the ceiling. This is critical, as wood is a natural product that expands and contracts.

Repeat below the first row you installed until you reach the floor.

We recommend face nailing the planks randomly throughout the installation as well to ensure a secure hold for years to come.

Once you’ve finished installing the entire wall, once again go over it and face nail any spots that aren’t securely stuck to the wall and fill the nail holes with a matching wood putty.

If any gaps are left around the perimeter, quarter round can be used to create a clean finished look.


SELF-STICK & SCREW ON INSTALLATION

Using a level and a pencil, mark a straight line across the wall to start your first row off of.

Remove the adhesive backing and attach your first board to the wall, ensuring that you keep it even with the line.

After the plank has adhered to the wall, we recommend using the pre-drilled holes to secure it in place with a #6 coarse thread drywall screw at each corner.

Continue installing the planks across the wall until you reach the other side and cut the last plank to fit snug against the wall. Test fit the last plank before removing the adhesive to ensure proper fit. Use a floor roller or a rubber mallet along the entire row to ensure the adhesive is stuck firmly to the entire wall.

Begin installing the next row using the cut piece left from the previous row while ensuring the end gaps from one row to another are staggered by at least 6” to create a random, natural look. Repeat that process until you reach the ceiling. On the last row, cut the planks lengthwise to fit while leaving a 3/8” expansion gap against the ceiling. This is critical, as wood is a natural product that expands and contracts.

Repeat below the first row you installed until you reach the floor.

We recommend face nailing the planks randomly throughout the installation as well to ensure a secure hold for years to come.

Once you’ve finished installing the entire wall, once again go over it with the roller or the rubber mallet to ensure that the self adhesive has a solid bond to the wall.

If any gaps are left around the perimeter, quarter round can be used to create a clean finished look.

Do I need to acclimate LuxeWall?

Yes! Similar to wood flooring, acclimation is the first step you should take before installing LuxeWall.  We recommend a time frame of about 48-72 hours. 

Can I find your products in stores?

No, but we actually ship directly to you! Click the products tab to browse styles and add products to your cart. When you're done shopping, you can checkout just as you would with any other online retail store. 


How long will it stay up?

LuxeWall will stick until you decide to remodel again. The adhesive is rated for 10 years. However, we also recommend you use nails as well, in which it will stay up until you decide to take it down. 


How is shipping handled?

LuxeWall is shipped in boxes that contain 10 to 40 square feet and is shipped right to your door!

What if I want to remove it?

LuxeWall is semi-permanent. Meaning, if you choose to remove LuxeWall you will need to pry it off of the wall. Once the planks are removed, the adhesive will need to be removed from the work surface and some minor repairs may need to be done as well.

Is it easy to cut?

LuxeWall is super easy to cut. You can use a miter saw, chop saw or hand saw, just be sure to use a fine tooth blade with whichever saw you use.

Do you have issues with the adhesive not sticking?

If LuxeWall is applied according to the recommended directions for application, then you shouldn't experience any issues with it not sticking to your surface. However, if you are having issues, then it is likely one of a few things that could be causing it: 
  1. The area was not totally clean before hand.
  2. The area was still damp before LuxeWall was applied
Note: In the off chance that you see any curling or have issues of it not sticking, you can simply apply a couple of finish nails.(we actually recommend this)

How thick is the product?

Our reclaimed wood planks are 3/16" thick and our sustainable hardwood planks are 1/8" thick.

Is this wood or wallpaper?

LuxeWall is crafted from 100% sustainable real wood planks that can be used to decorate your walls. 

Can I recycle LuxeWall?

Yes! In fact, you can put the LuxeWall box, all of your trimmings, and even your tape peelings into your recycling bin.

Does LuxeWall ship internationally?

Not at this time, but we are always expanding out shipping options so please check back with us in the future. 

How much does it cost to ship?

Our walling ships free to the continental US! For samples, we use FedEx Ground and their rates. 

How many square feet do I need for my project?

By multiplying the length times the width of a wall (in feet, not inches), you can find the square footage of the area that you will need. You can also use the LuxeWall online calculator if you're using inches.
Note: We recommend a 5% waste factor in your calculations when ordering.

Any promotions or coupons?

LuxeWall runs promotions, coupons, and contests throughout the year with most of our sales being shared to our mailing list.

Where can I get LuxeWall?

LuxeWall can be purchased directly from our website by visiting our products page.

What can I LuxeWall?

LuxeWall will stick to any interior surface. The surface needs to be clean and smooth. If you're sticking LuxeWall to a wall that is not painted, you'll need to apply a coat of primer and let it dry completely.

Do I need to seal it if I use it as a backsplash? And what kind of sealant can I use?

It's not absolutely necessary to seal LuxeWall when it's used as a backsplash. However, it can help if you are worried about excess splashing or humidity. 

Will it work in my bathroom or near moisture?

It can work in a bathroom setting as long as you take the proper preparation steps before installing it. First, it's important to be sure that your wall doesn't exceed 9% moisture content before installing. If possible, let your walls dry out for a couple days before installing and again after installing. It's important that you allow the material to acclimate unwrapped and outside of the box for 48 hours in whatever environment you are installing it in. Be sure to also use a J-Roller during installation to ensure proper adhesion for each plank.

Can I apply it to a fire place or near heat?

In most cases, LuxeWall can safely be used around a code-approved fireplace as long as the surface you're applying the LuxeWall to is not exposed to combustible materials. Each situation is unique, so it is important that you consult your fireplace's installation and safety manual before applying, to assure the area you are using LuxeWall is considered a safe surface. We have had many customers use LuxeWall to transform their fireplace with great success!

Can it be applied to a textured surface?

Some textured surfaces will adhere to the LuxeWall products with ease, while others (that are less smooth) may have issues achieving maximum bonding. We recommend sanding the texture down if it is too textured. Once it is sanded, clean the area of dust/debris, then apply the LuxeWall to the smooth surface. It is also highly recommend to use finishing nails to ensure it stays affixed to the wall for years to come. 

Can I put it outside? What if I do not use the adhesive?

Absolutly! However, you need to use nails as the adhesive will give out quickly when exposed to the elements. Also, if it's in a high humidity or in an area will it will be directly rained on then a sealant is also recommended. 

Can you put this product on a door?

Yes, LuxeWall can go on a door or cabinet with ease. Make sure to use a J-Roller to ensure maximum bonding between the surface and the adhesive.

Can I apply this to a ceiling?

Yes, LuxeWall can be used on ceilings, and it often is! If your ceiling is smooth, you can apply it normally. However, like other abnormal areas, it is strongly recommended to use finishing nails on it as well. 

Commercial/Retail space, will it work?

Absolutely! In fact, LuxeWall is ideal for commercial and retail spaces, because the work can be done within a matter of hours with minimal hardware and will stand up to the rigors of high trafficked areas. 

 

PROMOTIONAL POLICY

The manner, mode and extent of advertising and promotions on luxewall.com are subject to change without specific notice. Availability & pricing may vary by customer location. Other restrictions apply. All offers are limited to stock on hand; no rain checks are available. Offers not valid on prior purchases, or shipping and processing charges. Offers received by mail or email may not be combined with any other sale, promotion, discount, code, coupon and/or offer. Offers can only be redeemed one time per customer, per order, per year and cannot be combined. Void where prohibited, taxed or otherwise restricted. Returns of any portion of the purchase will require customer to pay for shipment to the warehouse. Shipping costs do not count toward order total when redeeming any coupon. Offers only apply to the 48 contiguous United States unless otherwise noted. Luxewall has the right to end or modify any promotion at any time.

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WALLING INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

Inspect ALL materials carefully BEFORE installation. Wood is a natural product containing characteristics such as variations in color, tone and wood grain. Some variation in color is to be expected in a natural wood floor. Even though our product
goes through many inspections before it leaves the plant, it is the customer and installer’s responsibility to do the final inspection prior to installation. Warranties DO NOT cover materials with visible defects once they are installed.

  • Level
  • Pencil
  • Tape Measure
  • Saw
  • Finish Nailer
  • 18 gauge 1-1.5" Finishing Nail
  • Rubber Mallet
  • Floor Roller

PREPARE YOUR SURFACE

Your new walling is designed to stick to a wide variety of surfaces. The surface you’re applying to must be flat, dry, and structurally sound. If the surface has been recently painted, you must wait 24-48 hours to ensure that it’s fully cured if you plan to use the self stick backing. You must allow the walling to acclimate for 48 hours prior to installation and it should not be installed at a temperature less than 60 degrees. For best results, humidity levels of 35-55% must be maintained after installation. If these rules are not followed, you will likely not get a secure bond between your new walling and the surface you are installing over.

  • Remove any electrical plates and light switch covers.
  • Scrape off any debris or loose pieces of wallpaper/drywall/etc.
  • Remove any nails, staples, or anything else that may cause the walling not to stick to the wall.
  • Wipe your surface clean to ensure a solid bond.
  • Before you begin installing, be sure to lay out planks from several boxes to make sure that you have a good variety of different shade planks and lengths to achieve a random look.

BEGIN INSTALLATION

For all products with attached adhesive strips, please refer to the 'Self Stick Method' Section below. For all other products including 3D & Tongue and Groove products, please skip to the 'Nail Method' section.

Self Stick Method

Using a level and a pencil, mark a straight line across the wall to start your first row off of.

Remove the adhesive backing and attach your first board to the wall, ensuring that you keep it even with the line. For the first row, face nail each plank in several spots ensuring that you keep it even with the line that you just marked. We recommend nailing no closer than 6” from the ends of each plank. Continue installing the planks across the wall, making sure each plank is level and lined up with the other planks on the row. Test fit the last plank before removing the adhesive to ensure proper fit, you may need to cut this final piece to complete the row. Use a j-roller or a rubber mallet along the entire row to ensure the adhesive is stuck firmly to the entire wall.

Begin installing the next row using the cut piece left from the previous row while ensuring the end gaps from one row to another are staggered by at least 6” to create a random, natural look. Repeat that process until you reach the ceiling. On the last row, cut the planks lengthwise to fit while leaving a 3/8” expansion gap against the ceiling. This is critical, as wood is a natural product that expands and contracts.

Repeat below the first row you installed until you reach the floor.

Install walling without finishing or brad nails at your own risk. Because each job site is unique unto itself, and due to differences in climate, humidity, existing wall finishes and gloss levels, we recommend face nailing or blind nailing all planks throughout the installation, to ensure a secure hold for years to come.

Once you’ve finished installing the entire wall, once again go over it with the j-roller (3D or square edge products) or the rubber mallet (Tongue & Groove Products) to ensure that the self adhesive has a solid bond to the wall.

If any gaps are left around the perimeter, quarter round can be used to create a clean finished look.

Nail Method

Using a level and a pencil, mark a straight line across the wall to start your first row off of.

For the first row, face or blind nail each plank in several spots ensuring that you keep it even with the line that you just marked. We recommend nailing no closer than 6” from the ends of each plank. Use an 18 gauge 1 -1.5” brad or finishing nails to secure planks every 12-14”. If installing a tongue and groove product, blind nail at a 45 degree angle through the tongue. Continue installing the planks across the wall, making sure each plank is level and lined up with the other planks on the row. Test fit the last plank before nailing to ensure proper fit, you may need to cut this final piece to complete the row.

Begin installing the next row using the cut piece left from the previous row while ensuring the end gaps from one row to another are staggered by at least 6” to create a random, natural look. Repeat that process until you reach the ceiling. On the last row, cut the planks lengthwise to fit while leaving a 3/8” expansion gap against the ceiling. This is critical, as wood is a natural product that expands and contracts.

Repeat below the first row you installed until you reach the floor.

Because each job site is unique unto itself, and due to differences in climate, humidity, existing wall finishes and gloss levels, we recommend applying a bead of construction adhesive in a “S” pattern on the back of each plank. Applying adhesive on the back of each plank will ensure a secure hold for years to come.

Once you’ve finished installing the entire wall, once again go over it with the j-roller (3D or square edge products) or the rubber mallet (Tongue & Groove Products) to ensure that the self adhesive has a solid bond to the wall.

If any gaps are left around the perimeter, quarter round can be used to create a clean finished look.