New business turns photos into glass prints

New business turns photos into glass prints
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Scott Nussbaum is employed at SoulTiles, a new Wooster business that turns photos into glass prints.

                        

A new startup has launched near the Wayne County Fairgrounds in Wooster. SoulTiles is a business venture that takes photos uploaded to their website by users all over the country, prints them on a range of high-quality tempered glass sizes and then has them delivered within days with helpful hanging templates and hardware.

According to the company website, "(SoulTiles was) born of the idea that we need to get our photos out of our devices and allow them to inspire our everyday living. We have been known to pass around our phones to show off photos of new babies and loving rescue dogs. But we still craved more interaction. We wanted to free the photos! So we did. We put them onto high-quality glass to bring the art of our life experiences to our walls and yours."

“Breaking into the home décor market as a new, entirely eCommerce-focused enterprise has certainly been a journey with a lot of hard lessons learned along the way,” said Craig Mast, company VP of technology. “We’re proud to be a local Wayne County company taking on the national brands, and after a year of hard work, we think we have a really stunning end product at a very competitive price.”

More information on SoulTiles can be found at its website at www.soultiles.com.


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