In the world of wall panels I’ve seen tiles made from compressed cardboard and oversized panels of acrylic resin. I’ve even seen acoustical tiles concocted from a combination of wood and wool. But the 3D Decorative Wall Panels made by WallArt constitute my initial glimpse of a wall covering constructed from a tasty confection.
Bricks. 3D Wall Panels. Manufactured by WallArt.
WallArt’s 3D Wall Panels Are Aesthetically Versatile and Sustainably Sourced
Granted, I’ve taken a few liberties with the above statement, because the stuff used to create WallArt’s 3D Wall Panels isn’t strictly speaking a tasty treat, just part and parcel of the process that leads to same. As it turns out, bagasse, the fibrous residue remaining after sugarcane is crushed to create raw sugar, is easy to form into manifold configurations that will adorn walls with grace, style, and good acoustical performance.
The 100% recycled and 100% biodegradable product is the base material for WallArt’s 16 multi-dimensional and intriguingly embossed 3D Wall Panels, which, incidentally, remind me of an exquisitely frosted delicacy—the fondant atop the proverbial wedding cake. The designs tend to reference familiar forms. Craters has an appealingly retro feel while duplicating the look of this unusual meteorological phenomena; Waves is an iconic design that evokes all things maritime; and Tetris brings the extraordinarily addictive video game to labyrinthine life.
WallArt’s 3D Wall Tiles are designed for easy installation. The 50 x 50 cm size makes them easy to handle, yet large enough to cover an entire wall in no time. Each WallArt package contains 12 panels—sufficient to cover three square meters. So whether you’re after an entire room (or house) or just an accent wall, the WallArt tiles will meet your needs: “The embossed panels give an extra dimension to your walls and they fit in almost every room of the house. The living room, the bedroom: WallArt 3d wall panels bring your walls to life!”
About the Manufacturer: Since entering the European market in 2010, the decorative 3D wall panels designed and manufactured by Hong Kong based WallArt have drawn accolades from points East and West—from Shanghai to Chicago, Manila to Milan. The attention is owed in no small measure to the material of origin of these beautiful, versatile wall coverings: bagasse, a fibrous byproduct of the extraction of sugar from raw cane. WallArt’s 3D Wall Tiles are thus made from 100% recycled material—a material that also happens to be completely compostable and biodegradable, thus making WallArt’s 3D Wall Tiles a carbon neutral product: