Interior Wall Cladding - Interior Cladding
Cladding a surface
Interior wall cladding, applied to a surface, is a great way to transform any space.
Using a wide range of techniques, materials and finishes, we will work with you to plan, design and install a complete solution. Often wall surfaces can look tired or are not suitable for a proposed creative design, the solution to this is to look at how you can change the makeup of the surface to accommodate your needs.
Wall cladding can be a clever solution for illuminated displays. By creating a new wall surface, the cavity becomes a functional hiding place electrics and unsightly wiring. The beauty of wall cladding means your project is no longer constrained by existing surfaces as we can create completely new ones! Using a combination of finishes and textures we can create eye catching spaces that impress and offer that real wow factor.
Our team of designers can discuss materials and finishing techniques with you to ensure you get the finish you’re looking for. Our expert teams can discuss materials and finishing techniques with you to ensure you get the perfect finish – we can conduct site visits and surveys to assess the best installation methods and, once the design is approved and you’re happy, we’ll move into production planning and scheduling. Discover our Vaillant Case Study in which we employed innovative techniques using acrylic, LEDs and fabrics to reinvigorate a tired production entrance space.
Enquire today about our customisable wall graphic solutions, or call us on 01332 613900.
Can you help me with my artwork? Yes, our in-house design team can support you.
I’m not sure what product I need. There’s so many how do I choose? Yes! Our expert team can help choose the perfect material for your project.
How do I measure the space I want to add graphics to? Please send your measurements in mm, this will allow us to quote. If you need support measuring, our team can help.
Will I get a proof before it goes to print? Absolutely! All artwork is proofed before we send it to print. Any questions, we’re happy to discuss.
- Uneven walls
- Plastic walls with dividing strips
- Walls in dirty environments
- Plyboard walls
- Cover wood-chip wallpaper
- Cover unused windows
- Add texture to compliment a graphically ‘busy’ wall
- Hides poor quality walls
- Can hide wiring
- Can can be routed to add subtle detail