Yes, its possible and there’s no sorcery involved. Plus, they can be made waterproofed and fire-retardant.
14 February 2020
Text by Sandra Campell
Forget paint and wallpaper! Decorative wall cladding can be just as attractive, if not more so; especially since it offers the wipe-clean practicality of ceramic tiles, won’t fade or stain, and will complement just about any space in your home.
Admira, a forward-thinking surface design company with an international presence, provides high-quality laminated surfaces to the interior design, architectural and furniture sectors. Constantly on the lookout for innovative new lines, its CERARL laminated wallcovering panel checks all the boxes for aesthetics, durability and functionality. Best of all: you can even use it on existing concrete or tiled walls, and even ceilings.
Developed and made in Japan, the CERARL technology makes the wallcovering panel far more hygienic than painted or wallpapered walls. Its waterproof and fire-retardant properties render it perfect for bathrooms and kitchens. Furthermore, its antibacterial and superior stain resistance make it safe for children and the elderly when applied to the walls of the living room, hallways, bedrooms and playroom.
When it comes to application, there’s no need for wall hacking or messy wet works. Lightweight in structure and highly versatile, the panel goes on easily to give a sleek, seamless finishing.
CERARL’s wallcovering panel (91cm x 244cm each) is also designed to look and feel like they’ve come from natural sources, such as wood, marble and concrete. For those who are looking for something beyond au naturel, a myriad of textured pattern are also available.
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