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  • Dominica

    Dominica

    The wide leaf and naturally feathered palm leaf appearance of this thatch shingle is designed to re-create the look and feel of natural palm leaf thatching. This synthetic fiber thatching material uses bent courses at the eave, similar to the "Bali" thatch design, to give the look of a loose palm leaf edge.
    Bali

    Bali

    This loosely tapered, slightly longer thatch shingle is designed to resemble the looser appearance of Balinese and Japanese thatching. This style of synthetic fiber thatch roofing is typically installed using island eave bends and is used to complete the look and feel of traditional "Island" grass thatching.
    Kona

    Kona

    Hawaiian Style Grass Thatch. This premium shingle is designed to resemble the look and feel of the Hawaiian “Pili Grass” thatching and is also a great way to re-create the popular Asian A lang-A lang thatching. Kona is typically installed using a loose island eave bend, giving it the appearance of traditional “Island” thatching.
    Somerset

    Somerset

    This closely tapered synthetic fiber thatch shingle is designed to resemble the hand trimmed English or Irish thatching, and is typically installed with the ‘Eave Wadd’ edge material to complete the look and feel of traditional cottage thatching. The unique light gray color combination of this fiber thatch gives the slightly weathered appearance that is customary of an authentic cottage.
    Kilimanjaro

    Kilimanjaro

    The stunning standard color blend combined with the heavier reed textures make Kilimanjaro a popular material for reproducing the appearance of a beautifully weathered African or Japanese style roof.
    Capetown

    Capetown

    Designed to re-create the appearance of the African Yellow Thatching Grass, commonly known as “Cape Reed”, this coarsely textured premium thatch shingle is a popular choice all over the world for creating the quintessential African style thatching. It can also be used with the loose edge "Island Eave" to create the appearance of a windswept island thatched roof.