Picta Lab is an artisan business that specializes in interior decorating and finishing. Among the techniques it makes use of are trompe l’oeil, stucco, French-polishing and imitation marble, which have been gracing private homes and public places, both in Italy and abroad, for over ten years. In 2014, Picta Lab began designing, producing and marketing highly-personalized painted wallpaper, Picta Wallpaper, featuring several motifs, including plants and vegetable-inspired paintings, the company’s signature style. A way to make exporting traditional interior decorating easier, while keeping quality standards high.
Monday to Friday 9 am to 6 pm
Via Stromboli, 3, Milano, MI, Italia - +39 02 39401389 - http://www.pictalab.com
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