Our Projects


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Retail Refurb with Historical Mural

This retail store in Camden NSW got some instant styling with a removable mural featuring an historical image from the local area.

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Interdyn

The Interdyn office needed a revamp. Stunning result!

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    Interdyn

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Magical Trompe L’oeil

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...

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    Sugar and Spice

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Boutique Stays Custom Decals

Wendy from Boutique Stayz, was elated with the finished result of these custom decals in one of the homes available.

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    Boutique Stayz

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Office Refurbishment

Julia's vision for the refurbishment of the new JPA office including this colourful geometric mural.

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Vintage Surf Mural

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.

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    Hodaddy

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Inspiring Youth Hostel

Habitat HQ wanted to add something inspiring to their head office and found a great space on their stairwells.

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    Habitat HQ

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Feature wall in English Cafe

"All Things British", a cafe on the Mornington Peninsula, had a vision for this stamp wallpaper.

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  • 24/06/2016

Project using Photographic Collage

The Australand Head Office in St. Kilda Road Melbourne wanted to show their clients their projects.  We took their thousands of images into a photographic collage in their reception area.

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    Frasers Property Australia (prev Australand)