If you’re after a contemporary way to jazz up your child’s bedroom that won’t break the bank, these funky 3D wall tiles from MIO will do the trick.
Made from recycled paper, these modular PaperForms Flow tiles are configurable in an array of bold haute-relief patterns that are sure to stimulate your child’s senses.
Great for customising and redefining a space on a budget, the tiles can be used on a section of wall or throughout a room to create varied effects. You can mix and match patterns, or design your own pattern by rotating the tiles. Individual panels can be replaced as needed, and the modular set-up means you only use what you need.
As the panels can be temporarily or permanently fixed to the wall, they’ll definitely appeal to renters and those with temporary nurseries or rooms that require regular updating.
MIO are Philadelphia-based designers Jaime and Isaac Salm, who make witty, eco-friendly home products with an emphasis on sustainable design. The tiles come in either natural or white, and can be painted with a variety of finishes.
Each tile is 30.5 x 30.5cm and a 12 tile pack covers 1.1 sqm. The PaperForms Flow 12 tile pack costs $32 and is available from MIO.