If you're feeling a little tired of run of the mill paints and wallpapers, you will be pleased to know that decorative wall panel manufacturer, WallArt, has introduced a new design to its already extensive range. Called Cullinan, the symmetrical design provides a subtle pattern that reminds us of delicate origami paper, changing its appearance with the light and shadow throughout the day.
The Cullinan panels are a great solution for those looking to add interest to a room without having to invest a lot of time and money
Suitable for both residential and commercial applications the panels create a seamless connection when attached to the wall. Interestingly, all of WallArt's panels are made from the residue of sugarcane stalks, a substance called bagasse, which is 100% biodegradable.
About the manufacturer: Launched in Europe in 2010, Hong Kong-based company WallArt are manufacturers of 100% biodegradable decorative wall panels made from a sugarcane residue called bagasse. They currently produce 20 designs and have offices in the Netherlands and Hong Kong.