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Spring! If you are lucky enough to live in a house with a terrace, patio or balcony, surely this is the moment you have been looking forward to. With MSD 3D Wall decorative panels your walls can be decorated in style in a matter of hours.
Once again enjoy breakfasts and dinners outdoors, reading a good book or hanging out with friends for some quality time at the weekend.
The new trends in terrace design for 2019 are largely inspired by those of interior
design. High quality materials and modern lines will be at the fore of fashion in the
Auxiliary furniture at the sides, dresser-type pieces to handily store the crockery and the textile elements for the terrace; comfortable and practical pieces, L-shaped sofas, will send you head over heels.
What is more, a trend making a mark is: bringing home’s inside décor outside: for example, with matching rugs, picture, etc. All of which also incorporates an abundance of creative touches and DIY accessories, hand-made by us.
The MSD 3D Wall panels help us to prepare the perfect space to house the full renovation idea that we have been thinking about during the long winter.
Easy to install
Level, stick and place. That is how easy it is to install them. Thanks to their square shape, 83.3 x 83.3 cm, they are very easy to handle. In three simple steps your room will be completely renewed and with a unique aspect.
They are also so resistant and unalterable that you can fit them not only on the outdoor terrace or in humid areas, but also in the bathroom or kitchen, with incredible results.
MSD Panels has recently participated in the installation of an impressive artistic design for the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū. Our distributor’s team in New Zealand, with specialist Sam at the helm, has brought to life the work of the designers Jess Johnson and Simon Ward.
The artistic project called Genetekker Archaic (bunker), 2018, deploys a large mural that covers the exterior of the building with a work of art using the technique of paint and vinyl applications and MSD panels in dark rough red brick.
The Genetekker Archaic exhibition arises from the collaboration of Jess Johnson & Simon Ward to create a unique work of art based on early computer games. Their mutual love for video games on the “pacman” platform has promoted this collaborative project by the two creatives, who live in Wellington.
Johnson’s extraordinarily detailed drawings of imaginary worlds provide the starting point for the Bunker building in the aforementioned art gallery forecourt, which turns into the “cover” of an all-encompassing, imaginative medieval fantasy game.
The digital screens Bayleys Knight Frank Foyer of the Gallery show animated scenes of the imaginary game, rendered in pixel art, an aesthetic derived from the first video games.
Eventually, the artists plan to develop a playable video game as an extension of this project. The exhibition was inaugurated on November 14, 2018.
DIY is everywhere these days. From Pinterest to the pages of this very blog, it’s hard to go anywhere on the Internet without running across a million examples of the satisfaction that it engenders.
People are being driven to do DIY projects because they feel like they can handle the task and just because they enjoy the work. Bricomanía has been a public’s favorite home improvement television program of all times, and provides to all of us with the help needed to reach this beautiful and encouraging DIY satisfaction.
Bricomanía has returned this season with new and suggestive ideas of DIY and gardening so you can easily make them come true. The program set has been designed with a large display of up-to-date DIY tools and accessories.
These elements are distributed on a walled background lined with the loft MSD Dress your wall ® light brown rough brick panel. The program continues to have a central theme whose work is carried out by “handyman” Kristian Pielhoff. Once a month, the main host has the help and company of an star guest.
At Briconsejos section, Kristian teaches the viewers how to make small arrangements and to put in place different accessories and decor ornaments. As always, Bricomanía provides practical tricks to improve your home and presents the latest market developments and shopping opportunities.