Bespoke Wall Coverings

Using our extensive experience of large format digital printing we produce stunning bespoke wall coverings and custom designed wallpaper for private residential projects, commercial spaces, hotels and retail interiors.

Our state of the art machinery and in-house knowledge of design and print ensure we offer an extensive range of printed widths and substrate permutations. This ensures you can offer your customers high quality, beautifully printed wallpaper and murals that are suitable for a range of environments and finished sizes.

For commercial interiors projects we can print onto vinyl based fire retardant materials that are washable and can even be anti bacteria coated for use where hygiene is of great importance. We can even continue designs onto floor coverings, across windows and produce complementary printed textiles.

We can print your bespoke wall coverings onto virtually any material, helping you to satisfy the growing demand in the interior design world for creative and innovative surface design. We are particularly known for our expertise when printing onto foils and metallic materials creating unusual layered and reflective effects for our customers.

We also print onto frosted vinyl, glass, aluminium and textiles. We have invested heavily in cutting machinery that enables us to offer intricate cut out designs on any material.

Finally we offer a custom design and print tool to enable designers to use their own photographic images to create wall murals, wall art and wallpaper. Our free tool (in collaboration with HP Wallart) enables you to specify the shape and dimensions of the space for the project, upload images, add additional effects such as text and overlays and manage the entire wall mural print process online.

Be inspired. Create custom wallpaper and murals with the WallArt tool


   We work with interior designers, wallpaper designers and architects, producing wallpaper and bespoke wall murals that create personal and unique design statements often at huge scales.

Miriam Stokes

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