Our Textured 3D Wall Panel comes in various patterns to meet your every need or creative plan.
The size of the Textured 3D Wall Panel is 500mm X 500mm, 19.6 inches X 19.6 inches and is packed with 12 pieces per single carton which covers 32 square feet.
These latest environmentally-friendly, high-quality, durable as well as light-weight panels are incredible for both commercial and domestic usages. The panels are specifically designed to be tinted with water-based paints and can be assembled in numerous distinct combos to form different patterns and looks. These could be subtle or eye-catching.
3D wall art
Fast, easy installation
Can be used indoors and outdoors
Over 20 designs to choose from
Saves time and money over traditional materials
Durable to stand the test of time
No-mess installation, requiring no special tools
Great for commercial and residential applications
Quick turnaround from order to delivery
Our Textured 3D Wall Panels measure 19.6 X 19.6 inches and these are quite easy to install and anyone can DIY it. You can even paint these panels or leave these in their off-white usual finish mode.
Our single carton contains 12 wall panels that cover a total of about 32 square feet of ceiling or wall space. Our Textured 3D Wall Panels are lightweight and can be easily sliced with any electric saw-blade or any utility knife tools.
These products offer a fresh contemporary design approach which is fast becoming the hottest new fashion in 3D wall decor. After being installed, it creates a replicating pattern which toys with light and shadows. Our 3D wall panels can transform any of your room by integrating depth and style to your space.
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Installation Guide – 3d Wallpanel Panels
Clean the surface you are installing the panels on
Plan your design. Measure and mark the area of installation
Start working from the top corner.
Apply glue on wall and panel (fast bonding spraying glue or contact cement recommended)
Stick panels on the wall. Use pins or apply pressure on four corners and edges of the panel
Apply primer coat
Fill any gaps with paintable caulking
Apply final coat of paint