Rafa Canvas

An ideal method of producing seamless one piece graphics for commercial wallspaces. Rafa Canvas provides an excellent print surface for large format UV printers.

print on rafaprint on rafarafa canvas coca cola wall

Rafa Canvas has the look and feel of wallpaper, with the advantage that there are no join lines to spoil the finished wall design. Another advantage is that fewer joins mean less chance of damage to the edges, resulting in a product that stays looking good for longer. Printing wall spaces in one piece also eliminates colour issues which can happen when tiled wallpaper is used.

Rafa canvas prints are particularly suited to curved wall spaces, as it conforms perfectly, lies flat, and looks perfect!

A blockout version is available for use when the surface to be covered contains variance in colour and shade. The extra opacity is ideal for peace of mind, as there will be no show through from underneath.

The finish of Rafa Canvas is more fabric based in feel, as opposed to a smooth vinyl finish, resulting in a softer tactile effect, which is more in keeping with interior décor. The crack free top coating, provides an excellent print surface, and the media comes in natural or white finish. Rafa is tear resistant, and provides a robust solution for commercial décor projects.

Our installation team can fit Rafa Canvas to commercial wallspaces nationwide. Rafa Canvas provides architects, and designers with the perfect solution to dress large wall areas seamlessly.

The print surface for Rafa Canvas can be as high as 3.12 metres by whatever width is required.

Kingfisher products for bespoke retail décor and branding include:

  • Personalised Wallpaper
  • Magnet receptive walls
  • Canvas prints
  • Framed Prints
  • Personalised blinds
  • Printed Ceiling Tiles
  • Repositionable wallpaper
  • Perspex logos on locators
  • Printed glass.

Our Rafa Canvas project at the Alder Hey Hospital is here

Alder Hey Hospital Rafa Canvas Wallcovering Project video

Click the image above to go to our video page for the Alder Hey Hospital Wallcovering Project