WELCOME to Vintage Plywood Mill Works. We reproduce the unique mid-century modern grooved, or ribbed plywood was popular in the 1940’s – 1950’s. The brand name was Weldtex, but it was also known as combed or striated material.
All of the material we produce on this website has the unique combed/striated pattern. The options we offer is the type of material the pattern is applied to, plywood, planks, and siding.
This great MCM material can be used in the following ways.
Additionally, we can also produce the striated/combed pattern in solid hardwood planks. This hardwood option makes beautiful stained walls or ceiling in various species, including walnut, oak, and birch. Other options are also available. This is a unique wooden wall covering from the 1950’s. There is a variety of ways this unique material can be used. Check out some of these ideas.
If you want to cut to the chase and see what sizes we offer and our prices go to our ordering/pricing page for that information.
Or if you need to contact us with questions, scroll down on this page and use the contact form.
Also, please note, there is a major difference between the plywood pine panels and the hardwood planks. All large tiles and large single sheet wall panels are made from pine face plywood, not hardwoods. It’s easy to get confused on this issue. If you need combed material like walnut, birch, oak, mahogany, etc. those will all be in 3/8″ x 5 1/2″ plank form, not plywood panel sizes. Call or email for greater clarity on this important difference.