Wow your walls with Superfresco Easy

Wallpaper wins out over paint when it comes to playing with pattern, and it’s so simple with Superfresco Easy.

Bunnings magazine, November 2020

Deck the walls

There’s a time and a place for plain white walls, but when you want your vertical surfaces to deliver a little more pizazz, look no further than wallpaper. It’s hard to think of a quicker or more impactful way to imprint your personality on a space.

Pick a pattern

If a picture paints a thousand words, a whole wall of pattern speaks volumes about the people who live there.

Superfresco Easy’s wallpaper designs are based on European trends, delivering fashion-forward style ideas to suit all tastes. Find the design that makes your heart sing, from charming tartan to cool geometrics. Or use wallpaper to bring the outside in and make your home a nature-inspired sanctuary; Superfresco Easy’s lush botanical prints range from modern florals to feathery green foliage.

fauna wallpaper

Say hello to easy!

If you think wallpapering a room is beyond your skills, welcome to paste-the-wall technology. This innovative paper is just as easy to work with as the name implies.
Hanging traditional wallpaper can leave you wrestling with long strips of sticky paper, but pasting the wall means you’re handling dry paper and applying adhesive to the wall.
And, if the glue starts to dry while you’re fiddling with a tricky corner, you can simply apply a little more glue.

purple floral wallpaper above grey bedhead

Change it up

Is it time to move out of your rental? Or does that flamboyant floral no longer float your boat? No problem! One of the biggest advantages of paste-the-wall paper is how easy it is to remove; just peel it off when you want a change – it will come off in a single strip without damaging the walls.

Superfresco Easy wallpaper is not only easy to remove, it’s affordable to replace, so you can change your look on a whim, all without breaking the bank!

repeating leaf wallpaper above a bed with blue bedding

Looking for more wallpaper inspiration?

Find out how to transform your bedroom with wallpaper.

Photo credit: Superfresco Easy

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