Sometimes it doesn't have to be more: On this fabric banner, strong colours and clear symbols create an immediate holiday mood. A beach house painted in rich red towers pointedly and colourfully in front of the clear water and a wooded, green stretch of coastline. Above the closed door is a life preserver. A textile banner with rough charm, where you can literally feel the fresh breeze of Scandinavia.
Textile poster with Swedish beach house in rich red with strong signal effect
With this focus motif, the colour is very much in the foreground. The rich, full red of the Swedish beach house is perfectly reproduced by our high-quality print. As further features, the decorative banner scores with its UV resistance, it is also flame retardant and certified according to B1. Well-equipped in this way, you can easily place the summery-fresh eye-catcher indoors and outdoors.
Wooden hut fabric banner that qualitatively withstands any breeze
Thanks to various devices, our fabric banner cuts a fine figure even if a stronger breeze blows. Our motif prints are equipped with two hollow seams in which a hanging and stabilising rod can be attached. The result is impressive, because our decorative long panels hang as smoothly as they do beautifully. We offer matching poles in wood and aluminium. Place this summery decorative banner in shop windows, sales areas, at events and trade fairs, in foyers, entrance and waiting rooms, and let a breath of fresh air and a far-reaching view into offices and business premises. Of course, our summery fabric banner is also suitable as a decorative wall hanging for Scandinavia fans in their own homes.
One-sided printed textile fabric (110 g/m²) in flame-retardant quality - fire protection class DIN 4102-1. Incl. hanging strip as well as stabilising rod at the bottom hem for quick, crease-free decorating.
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