S2 Imaging Presents At The Portland Chapter Interior Design Society Meeting
At a recent Portland Chapter Interior Design Society meeting, the S2 Imaging team presented an incredible new material for custom wall graphics: Photo Tex!
The Portland Chapter Interior Design Society is the local branch of a national industry organization that supports professional interior designers through education, networking, and stewardship. In addition to helping designers grow their businesses, the Interior Design Society connects people with commercial and residential space designers, home stagers, decorators, and other resources.
Interior designers in attendance at the March 18th Portland IDS meeting responded very positively to Photo Tex. These industry professionals found this paste-free, residue-free custom graphic system noteworthy. And they loved the facts that Photo Tex is moveable, and that we can print it up to 54” wide! This really is an amazing way to achieve fabric wall graphics, custom wallpaper, and indoor/outdoor signage.
Here are just a few more reasons why we’re in love with Photo Tex:
- Can be reused time and time again, thanks to a patent adhesive.
- Easy to wrap around corners, poles, and other unusually shaped structures.
- Durable—Photo Tex can withstand climate and temperature changes without curling or shrinking.
- No irritating ripping or wrinkling during installation.
- Photo Tex is easy to peel, and it leaves no residue upon removal from 99% of surfaces.
- May be installed indoors or outdoors.
- Easy to cut into custom shapes for that one-of-a-kind look.
And best of all, Photo Tex is biodegradable and non-toxic—safe for families as well as the environment.
We’ve used Photo Tex for various Portland projects, including an office door, a mural within a conference room, a reception area graphic, a border in a child’s room, and much more! We even installed Photo Tex in a Street of Dreams home last year; it was featured for kitchen cabinets and wall graphics.
Contact us today to learn more about how Photo Tex can get your message across with panache.