Wrapping Cafe Barrier Posts

Cafe Barrier Posts – It’s a Wrap!

Sometimes you may wish to have something more than just  silver or black cafe barrier posts outside your venue or property.  Using heavy duty UV stable vinyl, we’ve come up with the perfect solution.

The new post wrap from Brandline Products provides you with a low cost solution to post decoration.

Blending In

Now you can perfectly blend the cafe posts into the background. If you’d like coffee beans, stone or leaves, we can wrap your post in your artwork.

The Material We Use

We have carefully chosen the material to use to wrap the cafe barrier posts.  We have selected a vinyl which is used primarily for wrapping vehicles.  It is thick, durable, and possesses a very high tack level ensuring it will not peel in hot, cold or wet weather. The inks we use are UV stable which will ensure that the images will stay clear and crisp.

Cafe Barrier Wrapping

 From drinks to materials or branding, the cafe barrier wrap from Brandline Products Limited


Wrapping a Cafe Barrier System.

The Standard barrier wrapped by Brandline Products provides a unique cafe barrier post. You can now apply any pattern.


Leaf wrapping

One Client of ours requested leaves on his posts to match his unique wooden panels.


Tubes of sweets

Branded wraps are perfect for promoting your best selling products. The above post looks at home in a confectionery shop.


Cafe Barrier post with a marble effect.

The marble wrap cafe barrier post will suit a gallery environment or perhaps an airport?

Ordering the Wrapped Post

Ordering the wrapped post could not be easier.

  1. Simply choose the cafe barrier post. Any of the Brandline Stainless steel posts can be used with a wrap. The wrap can be applied to the following stainless steel cafe posts.

The Artwork For Wrapping

You can supply the  artwork in an AI, PDF or hi-res JPEG.  Our studio can also help you with the artwork if you are having problems providing it. Call our sales team for more information or email us.  

Additional Notes and Guidance

Try to use a continuous pattern. Where the vinyl joins you may see a seam line.



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