CSI Wall Panels is a leading designer and manufacturer of turnkey wall panel systems featuring innovative modular designs and an engineered framing system used exclusively in Educational, Retail, Medical and Commercial markets. Spanning 7 collections featuring over 160 designs, 6 core materials, and over 500 finishes our selection of wall panels is industry leading.
Our team of architects and creative directors have developed designs for our wall panel systems that enrich the character of your space. Choose the character of your space.
Inspiration from rustic antiques and old leather furniture.
Characterized by sharp lines of acrylic, rough coral, smooth stone
Driftwood, willow, fossilized stone, coral, soft linen, acrylic, zinc aluminum.
Recurring themes reflective of Hemingway’s travels to Italy, Paris, Key West, Africa, Spain, Cuba and Idaho.
Defined by robust construction, attention to detail and outstanding craftsmanship.
High quality materials including leather, vinyl, PVC, hardwood flooring, 100% hand-stitched cowhide rugs.
A fusion of 1930s Hollywood architecture, Art Deco and forward-thinking technological progress.
Known for its lavish, highly detailed, and bold geometric forms of Cubism.
Ebony, ivory, aluminum, chrome, diamonds, marble, sculpted wood, sculpted bas-reliefs in stucco, bronze fittings.
1920s design styles defined as Revivalism, Modern, Art Deco.
Lavish room designs featuring geometric and angular shapes.
Shiny fabrics, glass, chrome and mirrors.
Set in 1940s during World War 2, with design influences from film noir and German Expressionism.
Curved archways, geometric tile patterns, organic floral forms.
Floral accents, linoleum flooring, wooden furniture, chrome & vinyl bar stools.
1970s design genre moulded by Psychedelic, Post Minimalism, and Installation art movements.
Interiors adorned with eye-popping geometric patterns, bright color palettes, wooden wall panels.
Stone, teak, pine, wicker, polyurethane plastics, tubular steel, exposed brick walls, Terracotta tiles.
Based on the 1800s novel by Jules Verne where he envisioned submarine technology beyond his time.
Rustic appeal, with exposed rivets, organic embellishments, ornate bronze details, and textured steel walls.
Metal, bronze, gold, weathered wood.
1Originated from 1980s Manhattan when manufacturing buildings were converted to living spaces for artists.
Industrial look defined by high ceilings, exposed ducts, brick walls and monochromatic palettes.
Concrete, wooden beams, large windows, brick walls, hardwood floors, tin ceilings and thick plaster walls.
Based on the industrial movement, this sleek design style has rippled through many modern trends.
Exposed motifs including brick walls, steel columns without drywall wraps, and unfinished details.
Brick walls, wrought iron, steel, brushed nickel, copper, concrete, filament lighting, timber roof trusses.
Inspiration from romantic Italian and Spanish architecture with an homage to the seaside lifestyle.
Arch motifs, organic patterns, clean whites, warm browns and pops of turquoise.
Stucco walls, tile or terra cotta roofs, wrought iron balconies, large windows.
Moulded by 19th and 20th century Arts and Crafts movement, Bauhaus emphasized simplicity in form.
Simple rectilinear forms combined with practicality. Form follows function.
Tubular steel, wrought iron, glass, concrete.
The Farmhouse concept originally dated back to Scandinavia and Germany and has evolved with modern influences from Cape Cod, Salt Box, Colonial, Greek Revival and Southern Plantation design styles.
Classic symmetry on windows and doors, clean white base.
Wooden clapboard siding, dormer windows, white ironstone, galvanized metal.
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