Eco-friendly 3D wall flats

3d wall flats by inhabit

I really like the effects that are now possible with 3D wallpapers. After seeing the beautiful tiles designed exclusively by Barber Osgerby for Stella McCartney’s retail shops, I decided to show you more accessible options.

In fact, the Embossed Wall Flats by Inhabit are a far better solution. Far better since this is an eco-friendly product made from bamboo pulp. The peel-and-stick adhesive tabs can expand in any direction to create a fun, modern pattern.

I would like to create a feature wall on my home office but the difficulty remains which of the 5 patterns to select. The ten 18 by 18 inches panels per package cover 22.5 square feet. Resellers of Inhabit include Velocity and All Modern Furniture.

I want to express my special thank to N04 who reminded me of the wall flats by commenting on AT Chicago.

Buy online: See Saw Wall Flat by Inhabit – price: $86 USD
Buy online: Bud Wall Flat at Inhabit – price: $86 USD
Via: Tile Vault: Stella Tiles by Barber Osgerby on Apartment Therapy Chicago 

  • Jennifer Mitchell
    March 27, 2008 at 22:07

    I like these. They look great when they’re painted, too. I used a similar product in an office installation – a sort of relaxed conference room. I painted them orange.

  • At Home with Kim Vallee
    March 28, 2008 at 00:10

    Jennifer: Ah! orange my favorite color.
    Thank you for mentioning the fact that often you can paint those.

  • Sabina DeShazo
    March 28, 2008 at 12:03

    I have something like this on one of my living room walls. I love the ones you found – they offer a unique decor option.

  • fiona Richards
    March 31, 2008 at 16:02

    Just discovered your blog today and I am very excited about these wall panels. They would look great in our studio. We are very eco conscious so I am thrilled that they are produced from sustainable materials.
    Will add you to my daily reads.

  • Sebastian
    January 16, 2009 at 10:55

    Perfect solution! I like it much! Especially the third one!

  • name
    November 30, 2011 at 22:07

    Hello ,
    I would like to buy some of your panels to decorate my home.
    Do you have a distributor for Quebec , Canada ?
    Is it possible to buy by internet and have a delivery in quebec ?
    Thank you