Monday, May 12, 2008

Eco-Chic Wall Tiles:
Earth Friendly Details for the Well Designed Home

--Feature: "Conscious Chic w/Laura Dichtl"--

Inhabits Embossed Wall Flats are going to give you lots of inspiration for that hum-drum wall that you didn’t know what to do with.

These tiled wall coverings are designed to expand in any direction. They are applied with peel-and-stick adhesive tape and have an automatic pattern repeat. They are simple, modern, versatile and "goof-proof." You can cover an existing wall, help disguise a not-so-smooth wall or add a modern pattern to any room setting.

Customize them by rotating every other tile or row, mix-and-match patterns or paint them to coordinate with your decor. The rule is there are no rules and the important thing is to have fun with it. It's low stress, low commitment and a big payoff in the way these tiles will impact a space. They come in an off white unfinished look on recycled paper so give it a fresh clean bright white finish or pump up the color and you are well on your way to achieving a space that all will envy.

Since they are considered semi-permanent “Wall Flats” are removable, but may require some patience to make sure you don’t ruin your drywall, which is the case anyway with most wall hanging paper and can be reused which is a plus. Finally you can achieve that architectural and textured look that your plain walls were screaming for and you won’t believe that you did it yourself.

They come with an off white unfinished look which is on recycled paper,but you can pick the paint of your choice to create exactly the look you want and let it have as much impact on the space as you would like.

Materials used: Molded Bamboo Paper Pulp with Peel & Stick adhesive tape and comes in panels of 10 per box (18” x 18”) and cover 22.5 sq.ft.

Check out their entire line of Eco-friendly products along with their line of stretched wall art made with 100% sustainable recycled polyester. Hand printed and handmade in the U.S.A. with environmentally-friendly inks with no chemical waste or disposal generated.

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Conscious Chic is written by contributing writer Laura Dichtl, President of La Peruse Interiors. Laura is a respected interior designer with over fifteen years experience working with high end residential and business clients in the East End (Hamptons), North Shore Long Island and New York City.

Laura's inspired environments have earned her a reputation as a design and life-style expert. Her work has been featured in numerous magazines including Hamptons and HOME Magazine's. Conscious Chic by Laura Dichtl covers the best in "style" for the conscious consumers.

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