Panolam Surface Systems Announces New Director of Design

Panolam Surface Systems Announces New Director of Design

Panolam Surface Systems, a leading supplier of integrated surface solutions announced that Wendy Eymez-Noory has been promoted to director of design. As director of design, Wendy is now leading the company’s design efforts, responsible for translating trends in colors and textures into products that inspire designers and architects.

As an award-winning specification manager for Panolam for the past seven years, Wendy was responsible for the development of all project specifications in six territories working with the company’s distributors and A&D customers. Prior to joining Panolam, Wendy worked for several years in the textiles and wall coverings industry and owned her own on-line home furnishings boutique. She also was a commercial designer for many years for hotels, themed casinos, retail/restaurants and product brand manager for wallcovering source group and taught history of furniture and design on a college level.  She holds a BFA in interior design from Maryville University of Saint Louis.

“I am confident that Wendy’s experience and skillset will promote a collaborative design culture that encompasses and values the needs of sales, marketing, and the company’s overall business objectives,” said Tim Zwilling, vice president of product management and business development for Panolam.

About Panolam

For more than 70 years, Panolam Surface Systems has engineered and manufactured high-quality, innovative surfacing solutions for a wide range of contract, industrial and residential applications. With an extensive line of high-pressure laminates, thermally fused laminates, fiberglass reinforced laminates and other specialty products available in hundreds of colors and styles under the well-known Panolam, Nevamar, Pionite, Conolite, and other brand names.  Panolam Surface Systems provides the vision, value and versatility designers, architects, manufacturers and contractors are looking for today.  For more information, visit