Take a room from blah to brilliant
in 3 simple steps
The adVäntages of our panels
Super Simple Install
Take a room from blah to brilliant in 3 super simple steps
Rich colors to complement your furnishings and décor
An extra layer of padding for maximum comfort
Soft-density cushion for insulation and form
Sturdy, lightweight base for durability and portability
4 plush options, all lovely and low-maintenance
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Frequently Asked Questions
Our panels are versatile, so depending on your space, you can start anywhere on the wall!
You can begin your configuration 2-3 inches below your mattress so there is no visible space between mattress and panels. If you don’t like the look of the bare wall space between the floor and panels, we would recommend beginning your configuration from the baseboard and continuing your way up until desired height is reached.
Dust regularly. As with all fabrics, avoid direct heat and sunlight.
For Vinyl and PU upholstery: spot clean with damp white cloth. Blot to remove excess water and air dry.
For all Weave, Suede and Velvet upholstery: sprinkle some baking soda on a damp cloth and apply to stain, blotting lightly. Let rest for 2 hours or until dry. Wipe off residue with dry cloth and vacuum.
For tough stains, we recommend consulting with a professional upholstery cleaner.
The patented anchorless screws are designed with extra wide threads to grip the drywall
so the panels are firmly held in place. No studs or anchors will be needed when mounting your panels onto drywall. For concrete walls, Pre-drill (Drill Bit Size, 3/16(in.) the holes beforehand.
Each screw has the capacity to hold up to 50 lbs.
Since the panel’s base is wood, you can do a cutout from the back of the panel. The cutout should be the size of your electric switch/outlet box. Then, gently cut through the upholstery (be careful not to cut too much, you don’t want the batting from underneath to be visible), pull the box through, and place the outlet cover as you would normally do on a regular wall.
(Use a jigsaw for wood cutout and razor knife for upholstery.)
For a simpler fix, a flat plug extension cord fits in the space between the panel and wall.