WhiteWall Adds Direct Print on Wood Photos

WhiteWall Adds Direct Print on Wood Photos

Visible Birch Grain Creates Natural Look


New York, NY―WhiteWall, an online photo lab, is expanding its product selection to include the natural-looking Direct Print on Wood option. The birch wood grain is clearly visible, and all orders are produced in custom sizes.

Detail of WhiteWall’s Direct Print on Wood

Every piece of wood used in the process is taken from the tree in a single piece. As a result, the grain remains consistent throughout the print, even with larger format orders. Photos are printed directly on a durable, ¾-inch-thick layered wood.

The untreated, natural version is an all-purpose substrate in which the wood grain comes through in the white and brighter parts of the image. The more bright areas in the image, the more intense the effect will be when the photo is printed on wood. WhiteWall achieves this look using a 7-color printing process that leaves out the white inks. As a result, in the white areas of the photo, the high-quality wood remains visible; in the brighter areas, the unique texture of wood comes through naturally.

WhiteWall’s Direct Print on Wood

On WhiteWall.com, the Direct Print on Wood option is available in custom formats up to 40×36 inches. The prints can also be ordered with rounded or cut corners. Moreover, they arrive ready to hang, and print formats up to 8×6 inches can be stood on desks, shelves, etc.


WhiteWall is a professional online photo lab based in Berlin, Germany, with a retail store in New York City. Their blend of custom photo processes and finishing services have provided photographers and consumers with gallery-quality products since 2007.
WhiteWall-LogoBest known for its photos under acrylic glass, HD metal and aluminum prints, and also handcrafted frames, the photo lab offers more than 1,000 different product variations. All products are produced in Germany, available in custom sizes and shipped worldwide in custom cut packaging for protection.

WhiteWall’s showroom and retail store in New York City gives customers an opportunity to see all its products on display. In addition, they can receive professional assistance on-site before placing their online orders to the company’s website from kiosks located in the store. whitewall.com