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A wall full of ideas

IdeaPaint transforms any wall into a surface that can be painted or written on: Your coffee area will become a laboratory for  ideas, your meeting room a creative factory and your reception hall a think tank.

Walls are the perfect canvas  when brainstorming for ideas.  You have enough room for big and small letters, circles, lines, clouds, arrows, smileys and scribbles – for all your crazy ideas and visions.

Recommended for

Business workplace

Creative workspace

Meetings & Events


What for?

IdeaPaint is suited to all rooms where you want to work creatively and collaboratively. Whatever you write, draw or sketch on the wall, it will stay there for as long as you want to inspire yourself or as long as you want to keep working on it. Once a project is finished the walls can be wiped clean very easily with a dry cloth. And then you can start again on something new.

Who for?

From start ups to established companies – a lot of them rely on IdeaPaint, especially those who place value on a collaborative, creative, open idea sharing environment. Whether you use it in presentation rooms, meeting rooms, class rooms, studios, restaurants or in children’s rooms at home: IdeaPaint is easy to apply either by yourself or by a painter.


The application of IdeaPaint is very simple and user-friendly – you could apply it by yourself, or you could engage a professional painter.

Contact us

Moving Walls Ltd is the official distributor of IdeaPaint in Switzerland.
For Further information and / or inquiries please contact us:


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