Los Angeles-based Timeline is unveiling its reclaimed wood-inspired Color Series at Dwell on Design at the Los Angeles Convention Center on June 22 - 24 (Booth 520). Through a specially developed color process, Timeline creates and fabricates interior and exterior wood surfaces for walls, ceilings, floors and architectural building materials that are a new, sustainable design alternative to reclaimed and conventional on-site wood finishing, according to the company.

Using water-based and low-VOC materials, as well as sourcing sustainable wood from Forest Stewardship Council-certified (FSC) mills in the U.S., Timeline wood products meet LEED certifications for environmentally preferable paints and coatings. Solid, ready to install and durable through cleanings, Timeline products are available to order in unlimited supply. In addition,Timeline's curated Color Series allows for consistency in large projects, the company noted.

"For many projects, reclaimed wood is just not a practical solution," said Matt Stroud, Timeline co-founder. "We understand how frustrating it is for people not to be able to get a sufficient supply of aged wood that is consistent in color or quality. Timeline solves this problem as well as other concerns."

The Timeline Color Series offers a choice of 11 custom hues and comes in multiple plank widths and three edge choices for exceptional flexibility. For more information, visit www.timelinewood.com or call 213-620-5730.