Digitally printed wallpaper is perfect for any commercial interior where you want to create a space that inspires and stimulates using photographic images or even corporate graphics.
We use high quality (228gms) 36" wide matt wallpaper, specially developed for digital printing and just like conventional wallpaper, it is easy to hang, and with our fully laminated finish is safe to wipe clean with a damp cloth and very hard wearing.
We’ve used digital wallpaper for many Care Homes as it can be used to create exactly the right ambiance for the residents and brighten up an otherwise fairly dull space.
Or hotels are using it more and more as a feature wall in both lobby and reception areas or even as a backdrop for restaurants and serving spaces.
Some examples shown here are for various Cambian Healthcare hospitals; Jury’s Inn, Islington showing wallpaper behind a restaurant serving area; Mercure, Sheffield where steel sheets were hung on top of the abstract wallpaper image to give more of a 3D effect; Mercure, Nottingham where the original plans of the former 19th century coaching inn were used as wallpaper in the hotel restaurant; and Holiday Inn, Camden Lock as described below for one piece wallpaper.
Another new concept for 2013 was the discovery of digitally printed ONE PIECE wallpaper. That's right - no joins!! Since we began printing wallpaper some 6/7 years ago we have realised that there are limitations and some designs or images are very difficult to match up.
So here is the solution. One Piece Wallpaper is produced on a PVC-free polyester textile material and printed up to 5 metres high with an almost limitless width. The image is printed seamlessly, meaning you get a perfectly consistent print across the length of the wall, with no joins to match up. The quality of the final product is second to none and ideal for maps or graphics.
We’ve already installed this in several hotels – the Holiday Inn, Camden Lock with a feature wall of a contemporary map showing the Rock and Roll tour of Camden of the well known rock band Fearless Vampire Killers and the Holiday Inn Express, Southwark.
Another was at the Holiday Inn, Huntingdon Racecourse (opposite) where the showstopper was this fabulous image of the racehorse “Whistlejacket“ the famous painting by George Stubbs, which was used as one piece wallpaper for the stairwell – stunning!