As the name suggests, our Wideline pattern consists of wide grooves that run the length of the sheet. Much like its cousin Thinline, Wideline plywood was made popular by the famous mid-century modern architect Joseph Eichler who used it widely on his homes.
As it gained popularity for its modern look, the patterned plywood has been used by other mid-century modern architects and designers ever since the 1950s.
During the mid-century, Wideline was primarily applied as exterior siding, which is how it is typically used today. But however you apply it, we think our Wideline pattern is pure vintage, retro magic!