In the ongoing search for unique (and light weight) artwork I recently invested in a pack of 10 wall tiles (or wall flats as the distributor calls them).
These tiles are about 18" x 18" and are made from eco-friendly bamboo pulp which not only gives them a great smooth absorbant texture, but assists in showing that the products we can use as stagers are environmentally sustainable.
The real benefit of using these tiles is that you can build them them in various pattern formats (ie four tiles wide x 2 tiles deep for over a bedhead or the other way around for perhaps a lounge room with a high ceiling) and you can paint them yourself to match ANY colour you like...time after time.
Suddenly you have a piece of artwork (simply mount them using the provided double-sided tape to a thin sheet of MDF) that is totally flexible for any property you have the fortune of staging.
I have no involvement in this company personally or professionally other than having purchased their offering and no problem recommending you all to have a look at the product at the "Inhabit" website which also offers some stunning linen options too.
I am using the Braille tiles in a project this week and will ensure I upload some shots of the results!