Chrysalis Wall Flats® from Inhabit® are lightweight 3D wall panels that work together through an automatic pattern repeat to create large-scale dimensional walls of any size and shape. Wall Flats work in multiples to create a continuous, uninterrupted dimensional sculptural wall. You can cover an existing wall with Wall Flats or disguise a wallpaper or paneled wall. These modern wall tiles create a sculptural and continuous dimensional surface to any room setting through patterning. Chrysalis Wall Flats create a modern rhythmic floral pattern on a feature wall or art piece.
- Healthy and Safe with no chemical fillers, plastics, no VOC's, and no urea-formaldehyde.
- Hand: Feels like a dense hardboard.
- Wall Flats are biodegradable and recyclable at the end of their life cycle.
- The wall panels are molded from bagasse, one of the world's most renewable resources, they are a durable, biodegradable and environmentally friendly product.
- They can be installed, trimmed and painted with commonly available products and tools.
- Scraps are biodegradable and can be recycled with other paper products or composted.
- Wall Flats nest inside each other to create low volume cartons and easily ship with common small parcel carriers.
- Material: Made from molded Bagasse Pulp. This is 100% pre-consumer sugarcane waste.
No chemical fillers or additives.
Bagasse is the fibrous matter that remains after sugarcane or sorghum stalks are crushed to extract their juice.
Bagasse, a byproduct of sugarcane, is one of the worlds most renewable sources because sugarcane can be harvested up to 3 times a year. The total harvest worldwide is more than 1.2 billion metric tons yearly. 3 ton of sugarcane equals 1 ton of bagasse.
Bagasse, is also compostable and therefore 100% biodegradable at the end of its life cycle. Wall Flats are re-using the waste of sugarcane production instead of burning it.
- The tiles are sold by the box and each box contains 10 tiles and cover 22.5 sq ft
- Off-white paintable surface
15 Issues of Wine Spectator
Included with purchase ($10 value).
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