Soelberg Industries Sighting – Blue Square at Utah State

If you love texture, Soelberg Industries is your destination. If you love customizable texture, guess what!? Soelberg Industries will always be your destination. This Soelberg Industries Sighting comes by way of a visit to the Blue Square at Utah State student living community. We are pleased to be a part of such an exciting project. Check out their introductory video and be sure to pause at 1 and 2 seconds in to get a closer look at the Blue Square at Utah State textured...

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Factory Friday: Make it Yours, Texture

Hello to you this Friday morning. We simply want to invite you to “Make it Yours” meaning make our texture your own by adding your name. Our most popular pattern, Onda1 finished in Brushed Steel High Gloss can be used to personalize practically anything. Make it Yours. Have a wonderful weekend.

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Soelberg Industries Sighting

If you have been to the Utah Valley Convention Center, you’ve gone again because the design is so inviting. We pride ourselves in being a part of that project which featured large scale texture walls finished in our Scalpello pattern. It is quite the Soelberg Industries Sighting. The other day, I came across devinsupertramp. He uses the convention center and our texture as a backdrop in his RC Airplane Dogfight.  Be...

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GT Tower East with Roboante

Our Roboante pattern, an all time favorite texture because it works everywhere, is the perfect pattern for each of the interior surfaces of the GT Tower East project by Consort Architects. Really, I couldn’t see a better fit than the Roboante…….. What do you think? Should I call them and let them know….hmmmmm? Roboante finished in Wenge. Roboante finished in Shimmer Roboante finished in Earthen Bronze. Roboante finished in...

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Factory Friday: the touch, the feel, the texture

To send a message you click “send” and it almost instantly arrives to your receiver. However, there was a time when to send a message, you had to write it down and mail it and wait with anticipation for your response. I used to love to send post cards and haven’t in years because there is no need. I would send post cards of local landmarks and from any destination and often times, even make my own. When received, the touch, the feel, even the texture of the paper made you really feel “thought of.” So today, we show you the patterns in production in post card form...

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