27/12/2015
Sustainable and ridiculously good looking.

Words by

Amber De Luca-Tao

Bespoke Melbourne-based studio, Wood to Wall, has brought its love of print to life.

The studio's unique fusion of design and print is unlike other process. Ink is infused into the wood, allowing it to show through without compromising the vibrant colours. Working with a natural material like wood allows each panel to have its own personality.

Their products are high quality product with a minimalist aesthetic. We’re talking confetti, cacti and the occasional quote.

The panels are also ethical, as they only print on high-grade birch plywood that is sustainably harvested and FSC certified.     

You can choose to create your own wall art on their 'create' page or shop their exclusive prints online.

woodtowall.com.au

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