you tell us: wall textures – yay or nay?

There’s something pure and lovely about a white wall, but it just can feel a little, well, flat. WallArt, a Dutch design company, has come up with a way to spruce up any room with its textured wall panels. They’re installed more or less like tiles — you apply adhesive to the back of the squares and the apply them to a clean, flat wall. (Click here for an instructional video). WallArt is made from a 100% eco-friendly product called bagasse, which is a fibrous material that is usually discarded after the sugar making process. The 3D designs come in waves, squares, bubbles and dozen or so other shapes. Once attached, they can be painted any color you would a wall. We like the idea of doing just a portion of a wall, like above a bed or the bottom half as a sort of mod-wainscoting. Now, if only they could add sound insulation to them and then they’d be the perfect thing to put in a nursery.

What do you think: Wall textures — yay or nay?

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