Eco Wallcoverings | Embossed 3D Wall Flats

Eco Wallcoverings | Embossed 3D Wall Flats

If you were in the mood to liven up a wall, and are looking for an economical and eco-friendly alternative then these eco wallcoverings are something to take a look at…

“Inhabit’s Embossed Wall Flats are designed to expand in any direction. With peel-and-stick adhesive tabs and an automatic pattern repeat these wall tiles are simple, modern, versatile and goof-proof. You can cover an existing wall, help disguise a not-so-smooth wall or add a modern pattern to any room setting.  Customize them by rotating every other tile or row, mix-and-match patterns or paint them to coordinate with your decor.”

Materials: Molded Bamboo Paper Pulp with Peel-&-Stick adhesive tabs
Notes: 10 panels per box – 18″ x 18″ x 3/4″ to 19.7” x 19.7” x 3/4” deep and will cover: 22.5 to 32.2  square feet.  Off white paintable surface.  Indoor use only.

The panels are healthy and safe with no chemical fillers, plastics, no VOC’s, and no urea-formaldehyde. Hand feels like dense hardboard.

Wall Flats are biodegradable and recyclable at the end of their lifecycle.

Tiles are created using Bagasse, which is a bi-product of sugarcane processing. This post-industrial garbage has traditionally been discarded and sent to the landfill or burned as bio-mass. The tiles take advantage of this plentiful material by molding it into designer tiles and diverting it from landfills.

Wall Flats™ from Inhabit® are lightweight dimensional wall tiles that work together through an automatic pattern repeat to create large-scale dimensional walls of any size and shape. Wall Flats work in multiples to create a continuous, uninterrupted sculptural wall. The wall panels are molded from bagasse, one of the world’s most renewable resources; they are a durable, biodegradable and environmentally friendly product. They can be installed, trimmed and painted with commonly available products and tools. Scraps are biodegradable and can be recycled with other paper products or composted. Wall Flats nest inside each other to create low volume cartons and easily ship with common small parcel carriers.

Available in 12 designs, 8 out of the 12 designs can be purchased locally from Everything Exterior.

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