Atchara Round Wall Paper
Atchara Round Wall Paper

Atchara Round Wall Paper

Prix régulier €20,00
Taxes incluses. Frais de port calculés à la caisse.


“We bring the nature back to the nature again in a different way”

A designed piece restores life to used paper. 

When that paper is useless, Apichat transforms paper back to soil again in term of “Paper sculpture” to refresh a new life through design with love and mutuality.


Each creation is made:

from paper work, dust cartons from factory or unused household paper

  • Size: Round diameter 10 cm 
  • Weight: 0.45 Kg/piece
  • Material: Recycled Paper
  • All statues are built-to-order and it will take around 14 days to produce.

The statue might have a little scratch, but it is “a characteristic of paper materials which is uncontrolled” The scratch is only on the product’s surface which does not affect durability and the lifetime of the products.

The characteristic, size and color of each product might be different slightly from the statues' pictures because the products are all handmade. Hope you understand.


  • Please use our product for decorating only inside buildings.
  • The statue can be cleaned by a wet cloth, but do not soak into water

Each triangle or round of Atchara is a piece of art. 

Just mix them as you want to create your own design and painting


  • Free delivery in France 
  • Free return in France if the piece has not been used our worn

Please let us know via email or directly on our Instagram or facebook accounts 


Dame Pach in Bangkok is an ultra comfortable closet to accompany you through well-being every day. Pieces are made in very small quantities with natural materials enhanced by local know-how that allow us to create unique interiors. More than a brand, a way of living and working to create an unique universe and look.

Dame Pach in Bangkok's motto "From local to town". We mainly work with artisans engaged in the transmission of local savoir-faire. The goal is to re-learn how to create in connection with our environment, with our hands on the rhythm of the sun or the monsoons.