The Axminster Woven Panel

The Axminster offers you the best of both worlds – a highly effective, Class A, acoustic absorber to soak up unwanted reflected noise and a beautifully crafted design that will enhance the aesthetic of any room.

Our partners at Audio Destination really rate these boards for their design value:

“The performance gains when a room is treated with The Axminster acoustic panels are not subtle as all aspects of a musical performance are much easier to follow…As The Axminster has a more design orientated appearance you really can use them within the home without the intrusive appearance that most acoustic treatment has.”

The covers for these stunning and completely unique boards are made by weaving lengths of offcut felt on a loom, creating a beautiful textured finish. They are named after the Devon town famous for its carpet weaving.



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:

Shades of Grey – various combinations of our clotted cream, dove grey and heather grey cover felts.
Shades may vary from panel to panel.

Optional Dyed Colours:

Red, Golden Yellow, Chocolate, Violet, Emerald, Pink, Sky Blue, Burgundy
This service is provided at an additional cost.

Approx. Dimensions:

1.240 x 0.760 x 0.010

Approx. Weight:



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

Prices From:

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


Applied, at our discretion, in line with quantities purchased.


These panels are designed to be wall mounted only.
All fixings and full installation instructions are provided, 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.