How to order a panel
Step 1: choose something you like
Choose a surface from our product page. Make sure it is compatible with your project, as some products might be unsuitable for exteriors, for example.
Usually, we’re able to advise you on which panels to pick, as well how to apply them.
Step 2: tell us about the details
We work by measurement, and according to the technical drawings of the project.
To start production, we need to know what sizes will be needed, how many panels and other cut-outs, such as details for plugs, electricity panels and other small parts that need to be accounted for.
Step 3: production and delivery
Our standard production time is around 30 – 45 days, which can change, according to order size and affluency.
As of 29-11-2022, our delivery date is 45 days.
If transport is needed, we can plan the transportation for you.
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Questions people usually ask us:
Our factory is located in Braga, Portugal. However, we have a lot of distributors around the world. You can see the full list here.
We decorate walls in a different, stand-out way. Our goal is to create interesting surfaces that differentiate projects and create new trends. To do just that, we use materials that no one else uses, which allows us to create things no one else has seen.
Yes! Although we have standard sizes for most products, we create custom sizes for different projects so that the final customer can apply the panels without professional help. Even if you don’t feel comfortable doing it yourself, application is quick and easy.
We usually take 30 days for production. If there’s an unusual affluence of orders, this time might expand. We’ll always give you a heads up if things are getting busy.
Yes! We welcome everyone that wants to learn more about what we do. Plus, we love discussing ideas, so if you have a project where you need some feedback, feel free to talk with us!
We’re constantly improving our product base. As of the moment, we work with:
- Wood (softwoods or hardwoods, as well as MDF)
- Wood veneers
- Stone (lava stone, in particular)
- Reclaimed materials, such as vintage timber)
- Recycled materials
- CNC Machining ( tridimensional carving and perforation)
- Laser engraving and cutting (soft materials and metal)
- Digital printing (ink over any flat surface)
- Traditional carpentry services (custom finishes, panel sizing, etc)