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PVC wood grain


Today, an increasing number of architects, designers, builders and manufacturers around the world prosper by enhancing their inventories using Decoral’s patented technologies.

Decoral has developed advanced machines to apply decorative wood grains pvc, marbles and stone finishes to a variety of surfaces, including wood, PVC, glass, ceramic and aluminum. This process can enhance the exterior finish of a structure or add warmth and interest to many features of interior rooms and built-in fixtures. In an era when an increasing number of clients seek customization, Decoral’s unique powder coating technology allows retailers to fulfill requests for individual features within a standardized product line very rapidly and conveniently.



Using Decoral’s new technology, builders can now upgrade doors and windows by applying beautiful PVC wood grain finishes using custom sublimation processes. This practice offers unprecedented control over the colors and texture of the exterior surfaces. Even standardized housing models obtain a much higher degree of customization in this way. Additionally, PVC wood grain surfaces can enhance blinds, fixtures, and decks. The process of custom sublimation offers greater flexibility in selecting design motifs.


Many household products also benefit from the creative use of PVC wood grain finishes. For example, custom sublimation allows designers to create an array of colorful surfaces for many otherwise uniform-appearing product lines. From bookshelves to chairs to tabletops, the availability of attractive, easily produced powder coated finishes promise a new era of design creativity. Customers appreciate the greater range of choices in the marketplace provided by this type of breakthrough.

Wood Grain and Custom Sublimation

Sublimation is a printing process that uses heat and pressure to transfer images or designs on to various surfaces, such as metal, glass, ceramic, plastic, and engineered wood.

Custom sublimation is a type of sublimation that allows you to create tailor-made designs and images for your items. This capability makes it perfect for business owners and individuals who want to create unique and personalized products.

How Wood Grain Surfaces are Created with Sublimation

Wood grain surfaces are durable, lightweight, and easy to maintain. Sublimation is an excellent way to decorate metal surfaces and customize them.

Sublimation uses heat and pressure to transfer inks from a special transfer paper into a substrate that can absorb them. The ink on the transfer paper is then embedded into the substrate to create a permanent image.

Why Sublimation Is Perfect for Wood Grain Surfaces

Wood grain designs are ideal for sublimation because the finished product mimics reality very well. With sublimation, substrates absorb ink seamlessly, resulting in a high-quality image. Additionally, sublimated finishes are very durable and can withstand daily wear and tear, making them ideal for products used often.

Uses of Custom Sublimation on Wood Grain Surfaces

Here are some examples of how you can use custom sublimation on surfaces:

  • Custom furniture: You can use custom sublimation to craft furniture with your personal touch. From bookshelves and chairs to tables and stools, it's an excellent way to add a unique touch to your space.
  • Home decor: You can use custom sublimation to create home decor items, such as tables, frames, candle holders, and coasters, with your unique personality. This is a great way to personalize your space and make it feel like your own.

Benefits of Custom Sublimation


With custom sublimation, any surface becomes an opportunity to express your creativity. Here are some its benefits:

Vivid Colors

With custom sublimation, colors come to life like never before. The process allows for an exceptional depth of hues and gradients on substrates such as aluminum, glass, and plastic, making them radiate with colorful energy. From subtle pastels to bold primaries, your designs will definitely draw attention.


Custom sublimation isn't just all style and no substance. When custom wood grain sublimation is used on surfaces, it can enhance their longevity and enable them to withstand wear and tear. It also makes surfaces resistant to scratching, peeling, and chipping, making it suitable for indoor and outdoor applications.

Aesthetically-Pleasing Results

Custom sublimation reveals the inherent beauty of fantasy images and wood grain textures on countless surfaces. The technique allows for the infusion of wood-like patterns, creating a stunning resemblance to genuine wood. Whether you're looking for a traditional, rustic feel or something more sleek and modern, the authenticity of the wood grain design adds an unparalleled touch of elegance.

Limitless Design Possibilities

With custom sublimation, you can express your limitless creativity. From detailed patterns to lifelike images, the printing process lets you bring your vision to life with exceptional precision. Customize surfaces like never before with a custom wood grain sublimation and transform your designs into captivating statements that showcase your unique personality.

Versatile Applications

Custom sublimation on wood grain pvc surfaces lends itself to various applications. From indoor decor to outdoor commercial designs, custom sublimation adds a touch of elegance that works well in a variety of settings.

Transform Your Space with Custom Sublimation

If you're searching for a durable, and versatile decorating process for tailored wood grain surfaces, then custom sublimation is perfect for you.

Whether you want to use it indoors or outdoors, we can provide sublimation to decorate a variety of surfaces, including wood grain pvc surfaces.

Want to give your space a facelift? Contact us today to learn more about our custom sublimation services and add an aura of elegance to your surroundings.


Buildings are the evidence

Some projects decorated with our patented technology


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