Product Guide

About our decals

Our decals are crafted from a durable, reusable polyester fabric. Their peel-and-stick nature makes them easy to apply, remove, and reuse, offering flexibility for any room redesign. Designed for longevity, they resist shrinking, tearing, and wrinkling.

Prioritising safety, our decals are non-toxic and appropriate for various spaces in your home.

While we strive for accurate colour representation, the hues on the decals might differ slightly from what you see on screen due to monitor variations. For a precise paint match, consider waiting until you receive your order.

Our decals adhere well to many painted surfaces. That said, results can differ on stucco and eggshell paints. It's best to avoid brick, non-painted cement, and walls with Teflon-based paint. If you've recently painted a wall, allow a 30-day curing period for best results (also refer to the paint manufacturer). A primed surface will also enhance adhesion.

If you wish to reuse our decals, handle them with care during removal. Storing them on their backing liner will help retain their quality for future use.

We advise against placing our decals on floors due to safety concerns. If you're unsure about a surface, a test application for a few days can be helpful.


We rely on a courier network for our deliveries -- because of this, we cannot deliver to post office boxes for orders placed online.

All of our products are made-to-order in Melbourne, Australia, to ensure the highest of quality.

Since we do not hold stock, turn around times may vary. Because of this, we do not recommend placing an order if you require your decals by a certain date.

Once dispatched, delivery times will vary based on your location.

How to install

What you'll need

  • Soft cloth for cleaning the wall.
  • Optional: A plastic card wrapped in a soft cloth (as a squeegee).
  • Optional: An extra pair of hands for larger decals.

Step 1: Prepare your surface

  • Ensure the surface is smooth, dry, and clean. Suitable areas are interior walls, doors, and windows.
  • If the wall has been painted, it must have been properly primed first and left to dry for at least 30 days (refer to paint manufacturer).
  • Avoid walls with Teflon-based paint and textured or porous surfaces like brick or cement.
  • Clean the surface using a soft cloth to eliminate dirt or dust. Refrain from using chemicals or soaking the wall.
  • Test the area for a couple of days if uncertain.

Step 2: Apply your decal

  • If your decal is large, having a second person can help.
  • Begin by peeling the decal from a corner away from the backing liner. Ensure the adhesive doesn't touch anything but the intended surface.
  • Avoid letting the adhesive fold onto itself. If it does, carefully unfold without damaging the decal.
  • Lightly position the decal on the wall for a preliminary check. You can reposition multiple times, but be wary of dust or dirt diminishing the adhesive's effectiveness.
  • Once satisfied with its placement, smooth out the decal, starting from the center and moving outwards. Use the cloth-wrapped card as a squeegee if necessary.
  • Decals are versatile: they can overlap, be cut, folded, and even positioned over any colour paint without issue.
  • To address bubbles or wrinkles, smooth them out or peel back the affected area and reapply. Persistent bubbles might be due to improperly cleaned surfaces or if applied on a recently painted wall.

Removal & storage

  • Our decals are removable and reusable. To store, peel gently from the wall and reapply to the original backing liner. Rolled up, they can be kept for future use.
  • Note: Retain your backing liner for storage purposes.