The Wellington Panel

The Wellington high performance acoustic wall and ceiling panel is a Class A absorber, developed as a result of acoustic testing undertaken in our local town of Wellington, Somerset.

As our clouds absorb across their entire surface area they represent especially good value for money, which meant that our original wall panels could seem a less attractive option, in terms of price.

Having tried alternative combinations of natural fibres and adjusted the densities of some of our materials, we are now happy that our acoustic panels offer fantastic value for money and hope that you will think so too.

Made entirely from natural and sustainably sourced materials and upholstered in natural wool felt. The Wellington is suitable for use in a range of indoor environments that suffer from a lack of acoustic absorption.

Wellington Data


To order any of our products, or if you have any questions, please call us on 01823 400321. You can also email


Additional information

Available Colours:

All of our panels are upholstered in a natural wool felt.

Optional dyed wool colours:

Red, Golden Yellow, Chocolate, Violet, Emerald, Pink, Sky Blue, Burgundy

Approx Dimensions:

Standard panels sizes are: 1.170 x 0.690 x 0.070
Other sizes are available upon request.

Approx. Weight:

Standard panel – 8.5kg
Large panel – 16kg


Euroclass fire rated (BS EN ISO 11925-2: 2010) Class E

Magnet Fixing

Each Magnet has a shear strength of 8kg and a pull strength of 20kg


All products are priced according to quantity and frequency of purchase. If you would like a quotation, please call or email us.


Please contact us to discuss quantities required and/or repeat custom/trade enquiries.


All of our panels can be wall or ceiling mounted, unless otherwise stated.
All panels are supplied with complete fixings and installation guidance, along with recommendations for aftercare.
All wool components are treated against moth with a chemical called Eulan SPA (approved under the Oekotex 100 certification of textiles). Our suppliers assure us that this process protects the wool for the lifetime of the fibres.