See our Portfolio of previous projects we have done with artists, galleries, hotels, and retail and commercial spaces. From design right through to installation. You will see the services and products they used.
A furniture partnership made perfect sense with Click On Furniture who were creating many looks for their summer range. Their furniture was styled against the Origami and Concrete removable wallpapers with beautiful results.
This custom wardrobe decal was just what the students at Melbourne Polytechnic wanted for the Student Live Styling Competition. By providing the dimensions, we were able to source the perfect image from our libraries, and print it in time for the opening of the display in Prahran. The material it was being applied to was raw MDF so we supplied a product that would block out the colour and texture beneath, but that was easy for the students to [...]
This yoga studio mural at Active Studios in Essendon was organised in time for the opening of their new Yoga studio. Tory and the team wanted to create a space that was serene and calm and chose an image from our large collection of beach murals. Because the wall was recessed, it was important to the client that the image was continuous when looking straight on.
The architect of this designer home in North Carlton wanted a orange gradient wallpaper than welcomed visitors at the front door and softened as they arrived at the wood and glass staircase. The colour was matched to a Dulux colour. There were challenges in printing to ensure there was no over-printing at the edges, and that the installation was seamless.
Barry Plant wanted a customised Melways map mural to highlight their geographical area for their renovated meeting room. They wanted this large scale with pops of red for a contemporary look.
Seann Pitman of Sugar and Spice came to us with her client's vision of a Trompe L'oeil in their establishment. "I also wanted you to know that I really do appreciate you coming to the party on this one that I have put your company forward to other Designers as well as a new commercial client I have acquired. So thank you for making life easy to choose The Wall Sticker Company again for anything future works! :)" See a full [...]
Surf enthusiast and creator of Aussie Brand "Hodaddy" Andrew Crockett, wanted his own custom mural in his home office. He chose one of the 1960s-inspired surfing images they have: this cool image of the view from Byron Bay Car Park circa 1960. Seen in Andrew's home office.
Oaks on William, one of Melbourne’s boutique hotels, features an artistic image of the Arts Centre behind the bed of their 220 rooms. A dramatic and luxurious effect. Image courtesy of Roger Thompson Photography.
The Melbourne office of digital agency Deepend. They have a meeting room behind these sliding doors so they chose this alleyway image by Nish Photography, which brings life and colour to an otherwise boring wall.