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WallArt goes green with eco-friendly 3D wall panels

by Clara Lee on Apr 30, 2015 in Interiors
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WallArt’s 3D wall panels are high quality, artistic, durable and environmentally friendly  (Photo courtesy of WallArt)

WallArt’s 3D wall panels are high quality, artistic, durable and environmentally friendly (Photo courtesy of WallArt)

WallArt’s eco-friendly 3D wall panels are a green choice for home or business interior design

At a time when environmental impact is at the forefront of everyone's minds, WallArt’s 3D wall panels offer an eco-friendly option to high quality interior decoration. Constructed from the fibrous remains of sugarcane, which is also called bagasse, WallArt 3D eco-friendly wall panels are 100 per cent recycled, compostable and therefore also 100 per cent biodegradable.

Not only are WallArt's 3D wall panels environmentally friendly, they are also stylish and cost effective (Photo courtesy of WallArt)

Not only are WallArt’s 3D wall panels environmentally friendly, they are also stylish and cost effective (Photo courtesy of WallArt)

Besides being environmentally friendly, these wall panels are also cost effective and stylish. Give any room or interior a new look by just placing a few of these stylish 50 cm x 50 cm tiles together.

WallArt’s 3D wall panels are available in 20 different models, so you’re spoiled for choice in your quest to create an atmospheric interior with a personal touch.

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