Each box contains 12 panels that can cover an area of 4.45 m² or 48 sq.ft. Fashionable glue on wall DIY diamond pattern wall panels manufacturer direct, cheap price and good quality, can be used in exterior wall covering and interior wall design.

Product Description


Art3d ceiling tiles/panels are fabricated from the classic, stylish and elegant designs. It’s made of premium PVC, which is thin, lightweight, paintable, humidity and corrosion resistant, extremely easy to work with. It can be cut with a snip, scissors, or utility knife, won’t create any dust. It won’t absorb moisture and stain, won’t crack when moving of it. It’s designed to install both for dropping in a standard 15/16’’ T bar grid system and Gluing up on any flat substrates. Since it’s pretty light, you can process the installation just by yourself.

These fancy ceiling tiles are just at a fraction of the traditional tin ceilings cost. If you are struggling for something splendid to decorative your ceiling or build an accent wall but in a limited budget, look no further.



Product Features

3d wall panels properties



Universal installation and easy to work with 


Customer Review

Beautiful and modern

Contents: My words won't do it justice. Just look at the pic of what we did in our office. Stunning!


Contents: Used them as Wayne scotting for my new music studio. Speakeasy/Sinatra vibes. Worked perfectly and look great!

Best buy

Contents: I love it and so does everyone else. It brings a great upgrade to your space

Love it!

Contents: I love how it turned out. Made my space look elegant. They all arrived intact. I ordered about 10 boxes. I had some guys glue them on with ultra gorilla glue. Some were removed and replaced. They needed a screwdriver to get them off. Just in case you want to take them down… You’ll just need a tool to pry them off. I love it!! I recommend!

So Cute!

Contents: I get tons of compliments on them. My contractor said they were easy to install but very hard to cut straight.

Not bad, not bad at all....

Contents: So I didn't have a grid system, I honestly wanted to just stick these up and forget my popcorn ceiling ever existed. I used liquid nails with a caulking gun to apply a layer of glue to the back, then as you can see from the pics, I hit the back of a screwdriver with a hammer to pop a little hole in each corner to make a guide so screwing in the screws would be easier. I put one screw in each corner and just waited for the liquid nails to do its magic. It turned out pretty well, my ceiling is really crooked. It is definitely an improvement from the popcorn ceiling.