Gallery: Eco-Friendly Wall Treatments Give an Edge to Any Room


Whether you are redecorating your home or office, or moving into a new place, what you choose to put on your walls is going to have a huge impact on the look and feel of your space. To keep the mood fresh check out Inhabit’s (that’s Inhabit not Inhabitat) low-relief wall flats. Best known for their unique textiles that bring together cutting-edge graphic design and home décor, the people at Inhabit have raised the bar again. Their low-relief wall panels are made from 100% bamboo pulp, and each 18-inch square tile is chemical free, and 100% biodegradable!

At $86 a box – with one box covering 22.5 square feet of wall – these tiles are not only cool, but super affordable. The panels which are offered in four distinct mod-styled patterns, are also easy to affix and remove. The panels are also great way to fix damaged walls while avoiding the messy and sometimes toxic process of re-painting. But if you’ve had your heart set on a colorful room, don’t worry, while the tiles can be left raw, they can also be painted in any color!

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  1. Ecci Design March 11, 2013 at 7:00 pm

    Feel like expressing yourself with handcrafted natural wall designs respectful of traditions and innovation?

    Ecci is a handcrafted natural wall panel that delivers the look and feel of raw nature into your home. Due to its unique texture and appearance, it adds extra dimension to your wall. Choose your surface from the numerous possible raw materials, which are 100% biodegradable and eco-friendly. Implement your own creativity by easily creating your own size and design pattern, as a result of which you can impress your friends, stand out from the crowd and make your house unique! Click here for the endless possibilities:

  2. Juliane October 8, 2010 at 5:57 pm

    I think layering artwork on top of the textured panels is gutsy and looks great!
    wall art

  3. jeremyrdllc July 22, 2010 at 10:16 am

    What a cool product! I love the ecological component. For people interested in a project like this, I recommend checking out the Sweets Network from McGraw-Hill, my employer. They have a great list of wall panels from trusted manufacturers. Check it out!

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