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Arthouse Launches Its First Self-Adhesive Wallpaper

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Arthouse, one of the UK's leading interior décor experts, has expanded its product range of quality wallpapers with the launch of ArtiStick, its first self-adhesive wallpaper.

Released to UK retailers this month, ArtiStick has been developed by Arthouse to provide a simple, no fuss alternative to traditional paste and stick wallpapers.

With ArtiStick, rooms can be completely transformed in record time compared to traditional wallpaper application. The paste-free product has no required drying time and can easily be peeled from its roll and stuck to the wall or smooth surface.

Removal of the product is easy and leaves minimal residue on walls making it the ideal product for those looking for a temporary design fix, or those who like to change up their style regularly. The range has been designed to appeal to those who are new to wallpapering, as well as those looking for a quick and easy way to transform a room.

ArtiStick comes in a selection of 15 different designs and can be used on any smooth surface. Each six-metre roll is priced at £18.99 R.R.P.

Paul, CEO at Arthouse, said: “We’ve been looking forward to launching ArtiStick since we first came up with the idea. After listening to our customers, we realised that not everyone is up to taking on a full wallpapering project which requires lots of paste, mess, and time.

“Following months of product development and testing we’ve developed the perfect solution to make decorating easy, quick and fuss-free for everyone.

“As wallpaper specialists, we know what consumers want from a wallpaper collection and we think our stylish designs will offer a new and fun way to update rooms and walls with minimal fuss – just simply peel, stick and enjoy.”

ArtiStick is expected to be available online in the coming month and stockists will include Very, The Range, Homebase, Wilkos & JD Williams, just to name a few. More retailers to follow throughout the year.

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Source : Arthouse

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04 February 2021

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