Custom Wallpaper Murals + a New Look to the Website Homepage

by Eric Von Lehmden | April 5, 2012

You may have noticed a few changes on the Canvas Press homepage yesterday. We have made a few changes to the current site while we are still anticipating a completely revamped and improved site in the next month. I think even bigger news is the launch of...get ready for it...a new product for us: Custom Wallpaper! It's here and it is amazing. You can now fully customize your wallpaper by ordering it through us. If you want to print a photo of the Grand Canyon on the wall paper to make a unique wall mural...now you can get it from Canvas Press. Not only photos, but create your own designs and patterns as well.

This will work for everyone from the professional interior designer who is looking to put together a unique commercial or home space or the home owner who wants to create a unique focus wall in their kid's room, play room, kitchen, bedroom...you get the idea. If you are interested in starting a custom wallpaper project give us a call. We are feverishly putting together a full website where you will be able to upload your own images or choose from a huge library of photos, art, and patterns that we will provide you...more on that to come.

We hope you are having a wonderful spring, and we couldn't be happier to launch this fresh new product during one of the most beautiful times of the year. If you feel inspired to create a few canvas prints or want to know more about creating wall murals you know where to find us. You can always reach someone (888.784.5553) we are here to help you out.

Here are a few examples of our custom wallpaper in action.

wall murals, wall covering, commercial design, interior design

 

wall murals, wall covering, commercial design, interior design

 

wall murals, wall covering, commercial design, interior design

 

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