Design To Print redefines creative freedom with a new service that allows professional interior designers as well as proud homeowners to customise their wallpapers.

An ideal solution for those searching for the perfect wallpaper, Design To Print’s online wallpaper shop at allows users to upload their personal high-resolution photos, drawings or designs to be reproduced as reusable and removable wallpapers in specified sizes, and dispatched in just seven working days. This unique service can also be used to create printed wall panels and flat topped furniture.

As an industry leader in visual communications, events, store fitouts and retail solutions, Design To Print combines its strong heritage in innovative marketing and design services with modern technology to launch the new online wallpaper shop.

Design To Print only uses inks and repositionable fabric that are both washable and non-toxic, and prints on EcoSolutions Certified top-of-the-line printers for excellent results and peace of mind. The unique material used to create the matt finish canvas wallpaper leaves no residue and can easily be installed to give a flawless, professional and stylish finish.

Orders can be easily placed on the Design To Print online wallpaper shop by first measuring the wall and uploading the desired image. Prices for customised wallpapers start at just $69 per square metre, with a minimum order of three square metres.

Designed to be a DIY project, Design To Print customised wallpapers can be repositioned to allow some flexibility during installation. The wallpapers are also easily removable without any damage to the walls. Application is simple with no need for any glue or tools other than the applicator supplied with the wallpaper.

Design To Print takes great pride in featuring local artists and their work, creating a range of wallpapers available to purchase as an ‘Artist in Residence’ piece. Coinciding with the launch of the online store, Design To Print is featuring, as the first resident artist, the talented Carol Batchelor, who has been a finalist in a number of awards including the Callen Art Award, the Prometheus Visual Art Award, the Waverly Art Prize and the Siemens RMIT Fine Art Scholarship.