BENAT CAP Wall hanging
A short walk in the Provençal garrigue. Do you like the sunshine and aromas of Provence? This decor will bring the warmth of the South into your home. Come down from the tree!!
Designer: Bruno Paccard
Buy our benat cap wall hanging in the nature wall hanging collection, designed in England by Scenolia, leader in online decorative wall hangings.
BENAT CAP wall hanging by Scenolia
Easy to assemble: with a hanging kit supplied and tear-proof fabric, the wall hanging is installed using two wall attachments.
Suspension and weighting ensured by two steel bars discreetly enclosed in sewn-in sleeves.
HD Print Quality: all our wall hangings are produced using the latest technology of professional HD Latex or UV digital printers with certified environmentally-friendly inks.
Resistant to light: our inks exceed grade 6 according to ISO 105 B02, which gives them excellent resistance.
When rolled up, it can be stored: thanks to its flexible material, the BENAT CAP wall hanging is easy to store and reusable (as a window backdrop for professionals, events, seasonal use, etc.).
Fire classification: M1
VOC emissions: A+
compatible with wet rooms (bathroom, spa)
Acrylic-coated polyester fabric (PVC-free).
Lightweight: approx. 230gr/
m². Professional quality decoration with M1 fire classification.
Suitable for wet rooms (sauna, indoor swimming pool, bathroom, etc.).
2 steel bars inserted in sewn-in sleeves and closed at the ends.
The BENAT CAP wall hanging is an original product because of its easy and practical installation. It is simply installed with 2 hooks that hold the steel bar at the top.
- Mark the 2 hook locations on your wall.
- Drill holes into your wall in accordance With the type of surface it has (solid wall, hollow wall, wooden partition).
- Position the hooks by passing them through the slots in the sheath provided for this purpose.
Hooks, dowels and screws are not supplied, as these depend on the type of wall.
Installation tips for outdoor use:
The BENAT CAP wall hanging can be hung outside for short periods, in all seasons. In winter, it should be taken down when the temperature drops below zero. Hooks should preferably be added at the bottom so that it is well anchored if it is windy.