Mumble® by Design is Australia’s
#1 store for acoustic panels

Sounds Like A Solution! At Mumble® by Design, we pride ourselves in manufacturing beautifully effective acoustic solutions and acoustic panels, at the right price with quick turnaround time. All our acoustic wall panels products are made here in Australia.

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Acoustic wall panels for every budget and every room

Whether you are a DIY-er, architect, designer, builder or project manager, our range of acoustic wall panels are the perfect combination of price, style and functionality.

Accessible to all budgets, our acoustic panels for walls are the perfect fit for your office, classroom or home. We pride ourselves in our fuss-free treatment, so you can easily create a customised acoustic panel that will look even better than you envisioned.

Great style and design doesn’t have to come at a high price tag - call Mumble® by Design today for a free consultation so you can take your project to the next level.

Simply put, acoustic panels are installed to improve the sound within a room.

Acoustic panels can be installed and enjoyed in any type of room. No matter if you need to improve the sound in a small room in your house or you want to make your large industrial office less echoey - we’ve got the acoustic panels for you!

If you are considering placing acoustic wall panels in your home, office or school, you’ll be happy to know that you’ve got a few different options.

Acoustic wall tiles are applied directly to your wall and are a good choice for anyone looking for a balance of function and style. We offer a range of different acoustic wall tiles including DIY acoustic panels, as well as peel and stick hexagon tiles. Our grooved wall panels are also very popular - they come in horizontal, vertical, or diagonal patterns.

We also offer ceiling tiles that are applied on - you guessed it - your ceiling!

If you do not wish to install any tiles on your walls or ceilings, we also offer a variety of modern and elegant desk dividers and room dividers. Desk dividers and room dividers require minimal installation and can really bring a new life to your office or workspace.

Installing acoustic wall panels on your ceiling might sound intimidating, but we’ve made it easier than ever. To install the acoustic panels, simply insert the tiles into your desired grid on an angle and let it sit in. It’s that easy!

Acoustic panels are sound-absorbing, which means that they help reduce noise, reverb and echo in a given space. This is because of the materials used in the panels themselves. These materials help reduce unwanted noise through absorption, attenuation and diffusion.

It’s important to know that while all acoustic panels help make your space sound amazing, they all work in slightly different ways. To find out which acoustic panel is most ideal for your space, please give us a call for a free consultation.

We know that when it comes to unwanted sounds and noises - the right material can make all the difference. That’s why all of our acoustic panels are made of felt which is made from RECYCLED PET plastic.

PET plastic has quickly gained traction as one of the best materials for acoustic panels and has become the standard material used in the commercial design industry.

If you are ready for your space to have crystal-clear sound, reach out to Mumble by Design today for a free consultation. We’ll help you figure out which panels are best for you, and we can tell you more details about our free shipping.

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