Does the interior design scheme in your home or office need a little bit of oomph, but you’re not sure what to do? You probably already know that changing up your walls can make a big impact – but if you’re having trouble getting excited about working with boring old paint, or sticky wallpaper, you will want to consider the elegant, modern look you can achieve with a 3d wall covering.

3d wall coverings come in many sizes, and a near-infinite number of shapes and patterns. You will be able to find panels inspired by nature and geometry, as well as panels influenced by great art movements, from Art Nouveau, Bauhaus, and beyond. Your biggest problem will be choosing your favourites.

The panels can be purchased in an amazing array of materials, including natural fabrics, metal, ceramic, and other mixed media forms. You can even mount panels made from coconut husks, leather, or bagasse, which is a 100% biodegradable sugarcane residue. If you desire even further personalization to your space, certain wall panels are made from materials that take paint or a glaze well, like wood or plastic.

Most 3d wall coverings are quick to install, often just requiring mounting with a contact adhesive or double-sided tape. Most people use the panels to create a stylish feature wall, but a few focal tiles applied to one wall can also create a dramatic transformation. In very large spaces, like restaurants, lobbies, or lounges, 3d wall coverings placed on all walls can create an absolutely amazing atmosphere.

Using 3d wall coverings can make a room uniquely chic, but they can also protect your living environment from excess noise, pests, mould, cold, and heat — and can even help protect against fire, which makes them as functional as they are beautiful.

The next time you decide to make a change in your space, consider 3d wall panels for a dramatic, fast, fashionable fix.


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