wallpaper

Room wallpaper

This custom printed wallpaper is in the lounge of a dementia suite at Meadbank Clinic in London. The patient group means it’s not possible to have real fireplace, bookcase and framed images but this gives a pretty realistic impression of a homely lounge

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Relaxing wallpaper for nurses room

The room where nurses are able to grab 5 minutes to relax or eat their packed lunch is probably their favourite space so it’s essential this room is a welcoming place. We transformed a room at Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham with this wallpaper. The image was chosen by the nurses themselves, you can imagine the banter as they sit around it.

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Smyth House entrance

A welcoming wallpaper for Smyth House at St Andrew’s Hospital in Northampton

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Wallpaper for Prince George Duke of Kent Court

We designed, produced and installed a wallpaper along the whole length of a first floor corridor of Prince George Duke of Kent at Chiselhurst

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Digital wallpapers at Avalon Nursing Home

The residents at Avalon Nursing Home in Bridgwater are very pleased with their digital wallpapers we installed in the dining area and corridor. These are local images of the surrounding area which benefit those living with Dementia.

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Digital wallpaper at Tamarind Centre

A room with a view!

This was a digital wallpaper we installed in a Quiet Room at Myrtle Ward, Tamarind Centre in Birmingham.

 

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Image Panels for Juniper Centre

We cheered up the wards at Juniper Centre in Birmingham with a series of image panels. Here’s a couple that are in Sage Ward

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Sunrise of Purley digital wallpaper

Here’s a railway station digital wallpaper for a corridor at the reminiscence floor of Sunrise of Purley.

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Train digital wallpaper for Camelot Care

How about a train in your dining room? Here’s one for Camelot Care in Wellington.

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Digital wallpaper for Lake House

Lake House is a 63 bed care home in Adderbury run by The Order of St Johns.
We produced and installed digital wallpaper for a newly decorated area that stretched across the whole of the long corridor – a full 17 metres wide. We also designed the image and if you look carefully you can see it’s in two sections that are mirror images.
The name of the ward? Bluebell of course!
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