WallArt: Eco-Friendly 3D Wall Panels Made from Bagasse
You must have noticed that in the world of contemporary interior design flat and nondescript surfaces are being gradually substituted with volume and texture. More and more often, when a space needs some form and dynamics interior designers resort to 3D wall panels. Their textured, three-dimensional look is chic, original and creative. And when coupled with a touch of color and made of 100% eco-friendly biodegradable material, they become a real catch.
All this refers to decorative 3D wall panels produced by WallArt, a seven-year-old company from the Netherlands. It goes without saying that the aesthetical aspect and wow-effect of three-dimensional wall panels is something that attracts people to them primarily. But we must not forget to mention that lately it has become more obvious that people increasingly opt for natural and eco-friendly materials. They need to feel that their home is actually their castle and not so willingly buy synthetic and potentially harmful products despite their beautiful look.
That’s why it’s especially valuable that WallArt panels are made from environmentally friendly and 100% biodegradable and compostable material – bagasse. We already know this material from our post about eco-friendly bagasse tableware. Let us recall that this is fibrous residue of sugar production. When sugarcane gets shredded to extract the juice for further sugar production, the residues – fibres of crushed sugarcane stalks – are not suitable for human consumption. But they are ideal for manufacturing…3D wall coverings. From 3 tons of sugarcane people get 1 ton of bagasse. And given that sugarcane can be harvested up to three times a year, bagasse is justly considered to be one of the most renewable resources. 100% eco-friendliness of bagasse wall panels makes them a perfectly safe option for all rooms of the house, including bedrooms. To crown it all, WallArt 3D wall panels are washable, which allows for applying them in kitchens and toddler rooms.
But what about style limitations? In fact, now WallArt has 24 different designs available: minimalist Tetris and loft-style Bricks, elegant Waves and futuristic Gaps, ascetic Cubes and floral Saiphs and others – there is an option for any interior style, from ultra modern to rustic.
And finally, 3D wall panels by WallArt can be painted. Here it’s matter of your choice: you can either leave them white to add some intrigue to the interior or add some bold color splash to make the wall a centerpiece of your interior. Given that the top-trend color for 2017 is greenery, any hues of green would look fashionable – from juicy lime to saturated emerald. Diluted with pale gray, powder pink, neutral beige or white, such a 3D wall will make the interior super on-trend.
Finally, one more nice idea is coating the WallArt panels with paints inspired by metals – bronze, silver or gold. Metallic hues are fashionable per se, but when applied on three-dimensional surfaces and highlighted by accent lights, they create especially incredible feel.