Here at PaperSpace, we specialise in custom-printed wallpaper. We are all about turning ordinary, drab spaces into environments that inspire. Whether it’s the inspiration to create, to motivate, or to love: we believe that environments designed to fit your sense of beauty will bring more to your day.
What better way to achieve this goal than by enabling you to custom-print your very own images?
No more mass-produced prints found in every second Australian lounge room. Your artwork will be unique—a true one-off.
But, to enable us to make sure your custom wallpaper or mural is of the highest possible quality, there are some artwork specifications that need to be adhered to. We’ve outline all these specifications below, but if, at any time, you have questions or queries, please feel free to contact out friendly team.
Image and Artwork Specifications
PrintSpace considers file print-ready only if they meet the following specifications:
Image only files must be supplied in a high-resolution format, as a JPEG or EPS file.
Files supplied by graphic designers (such as those that include an image, overlaid by text and a logo) must be PDF files created to print ready specifications. Colour images should be 300 dpi, and use four-colour CMYK, unless Spot colours are required. Bleed marks should be included.
Fonts: if your file includes any fonts, please make sure these are embedded in the PDF.
Images: must be saved in CMYK, no less than 300ddpi to ensure their quality.
Bleed and Trim Marks: If your file includes image that bleed off the edge of the page, a 5mm bleed is required.
Assistance with Artwork
If you’re unsure about whether or not your artwork is print-ready, or you need further details on any of the information above, please feel free to contact our friendly team via: