3M DI-NOC Architectural Finishes are self-adhesive materials that are designed for interior and exterior decoration, along with refurbishment projects. Every surface becomes a potential project to rehabilitate and redesign space. With 900 patterns in the range, endless application opportunities are possible on; ceilings, walls, facades, doors, columns, bars, counters, cupboards, lifts, partitions, department stores, offices, restaurants, lobbies, bathrooms, hospitals, banks and conference rooms.
Trend Line incorporates the most popular 80 patterns, including metallics, fabrics, wood, leather, carbon and single colour finishes. These are all stocked locally, and are available to be ordered by the metre, allowing us to fulfil your orders quicker and easily. Application of DI-NOC self-adhesive products can be
done in situ, meaning modifications to surface designs in intricate environments can be done with minimal
The wider range includes 850+ additional patterns including metallic, fabrics, flip colours, wood, leather, carbon and single colour for decoration and refurbishment. The film is tested according to the EN 15102: 2008 with some patterns also offering EN13501-1. The extended range also includes E-series, which is a PVC free option for environmentally friendly projects, and EX series that is suitable for exterior applications
Cover Styl' is a self-adhesive vinyl designed to realistically recreate the look of natural, more expensive materials, appropriate for interior decoration or refurbishment projects. New life can be brought into furniture and interior surfaces with Cover Styl', as the self-adhesive vinyl offers endless refurbishment opportunities for walls, facades, doors, columns, bars, offices, restaurants, lobbies, bathrooms, hospitals, banks and conference rooms.
The Cover Styl' range incorporates hundreds of patterns, including wood, metallic, solid colours,
glitter, stone, marble, leather and solid colours. Application of Cover Styl' self-adhesive products can be applied in situ, meaning modifications to surface designs in intricate environments can be done with minimal disruption.