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New Dimensions: 3D Wall Decorations

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3D wall decorations you are going to see were created by a young design-studio 3DWalldecor that specialize in dimensional wall decor. Not only stylish and dimensional these wall panels by 3DWalldecor made of bamboo pulp are also eco-friendly and paintable. The four available patterns of panels can be used for decorating walls and ceilings not only at home but also offices, restaurants, and shops.

New Dimensions: 3D Wall Decorations

These wall decorations are perfect in hiding wall imperfections. They also give a cool light deflection. The four patterns include dunes, bars, moonscape and pads. Easy to install, easy to paint 3D wall decorations are a great substitution for wall paper.

The wall panels have flame retardant and water repellent properties and were tested to meet all European standards of safety and expansion rate. To apply the panels you’ll need a good glue that will hold the weight of the panels and paint to achieve another color scheme.

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3 Responses to “New Dimensions: 3D Wall Decorations”
  1. Estella Yglesias Says:

    You have many useful suggestions on this site.

  2. 3D max Says:

    great job, I like your blog

  3. Vijay Says:

    Who sells this stuff? Anyone in particular in the Midwest – Chicago/ Milwaukee markets??


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