PolyOnlay is a brand new decorative material for the furniture and craft industry. I am proud to be the only Premium Stockist and the only place you can view and purchase the entire range both online and in store!
PolyOnlay have created an innovative type of onlay made from a very strong and flexible wood pulp product. They are only 0.9 mm thick and can be decorated in the same way as raised stencils. They can also be used to add depth and interest to your project in the same way as wooden onlays and appliques. Patterns and shapes can be repeated with exact precision and with very little effort.
PolyOnlays are available in over 100 designs and in addition a lot come in small, medium and large.
Our onlays are water resistant, so they can be painted, stained, and washed.
They can be decorated in any possible way – you can use paint, glaze, wax, glue, decoupage and apply metallics or any other medium on and with them – or leave them as they are!
They are flexible, so they can be used on curved surfaces.
They can be cut and sanded to fit a specific space.
They can be used with any type of adhesive.
PolyOnlay proudly has Greenguard Gold Certification which means the product has extremely low VOC emissions and can safely be used by the whole family.
PolyOnlay is produced in the UK.
Why I Love PolyOnlays
PolyOnlays are available in…
Trim Strips - These are thin feature strips in beautiful designs, they come in a 2pk and there are 25 to choose from
Shapes - These are amazing for creating impactful designs, there are 51 designs in the range and each comes in a variety of sizes
Corners - There are 30 corner designs that you can use to enhance your project, they come in a variety of sizes and all come in a 2pk
Geometrics - Our geometric range includes corners, trim strips and shapes, if you’re looking for an Art Deco or contemporary vibe you’ll love our selection of 26 designs.
I am also a content creator and am loving expressing my creativity with these onlays! Follow PolyOnlay and Not Too Shabby By Charlotte on Facebook and Instagram to get inspiration for your next project. We’d love to see your creations too, please do share them with us.