If you are looking for something out of the ordinary for your home, then you’ve come to the right place.
Welcome to Surface View - where extraordinary imagery, combines with innovative technology and a little imagination to create stunning, bespoke wallpaper murals, wall art, roller blinds and window treatments. Our website is your playground, so explore our incredible imagery and get inspired.
Bright and bold paint isn’t the only way to liven up a room. Another amazing and on trend way to do so is by imitating textured walls with wallpaper.
Whether its a mural of brickwork or wooden panels, a watercolour painting or photograph or corrugated metal, learn how to create a chic interior with textured wallpaper.
It couldn't be easier to create your unique interior. Stunning images, curated and remastered by us, customised by you.
Browse incredible images from artists and museums around the world - then choose which product you'd like
Customise your bespoke product to suit your exact specifications
Sit back and relax while we make your product to your specification at our workshops in the UK
We pride ourselves in delivering your vision through bespoke design
We make everything to order in our workshops in Berkshire, England
UK deliveries are free for all orders over £150
Every purchase supports our partner museums, galleries and designers
Browse our gallery of beautiful and unique interiors.
Showcasing the very best examples of our products in real homes, swipe through photos of bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, living rooms and more. Filter by style, medium, theme, artist, era, colour or collection and let us inspire your interiors.
With over 40 years within the printing industry, we’re proud that we can produce everything under our own roof, right here in Britain.
Whether it's hand stretching canvases or finishing our bespoke murals, we keep the closest eye on the process from start to finish, so you can be confident in the quality of our products time and time again.
Also known as Wonder Rooms, Cabinets of Curiosities were used to store weird and wonderful objects that gave people a better understanding of nature's peculiarities.
With work from the likes of animal anatomy artist George Stubbs and Dutch Golden Age painter Rachel Ruysch, we've created our own Cabinet of Curiosities to help you tell stories of the natural world in your interiors.