Deco Manufacturing has became Malta’s leading manufacturing company in Frames, Wallpaper, Souvenirs and everything related to Wall Decoration.
We make , creating work that is working with the best interior designers in Malta, and some big local projects that reflect the quality and style that Deco Manufacturing represents.
Today, Deco Malta is a corporate manufacturing company that continues to lead the market into the latest trends, with a reputation for quality, style and innovation. We have the latest manufacturing technology suited for wall decoration and a fully equipped marketing and sales team.
For over 40 years, we have been helping our customers develop their own style by supplying a range of bespoke services, from printing to framing.
Our extensive experience allows us to recognise current trends in design, printing and framing so that we can always provide the best possible solutions. We constantly invest in advanced technology to produce works and services at the highest possible standards. This approach has proven successful throughout the years, and we still enjoy public trust as the leader in the local Malta market.
We manage four stores in Malta and distribute to over 90 retail outlets in Malta and abroad. Currently, we export to diverse markets such as Norway, Sweden, Spain, and the Middle East.
Being Different and Unique.
Being a trendsetter.
Turning each space into a living piece of art.
Choose your style with elegance, design your ideas with inspiration and achieve them with Deco.
40 years ago, Mr. George Mifsud was a young and ambitious man raised in the islands of Malta, son of a butcher, but his passion for art made him follow a craftsmanship education overseas and thanks to his keen eye, and a stubbornness to learn, he returned to Malta and founded his first business activity in Mosta.
He starting by importing silver plated products, making his own handmade porcelain creations and then specialising in crystal glass cuttings, with a company who only had 4 specialists at the time. He ventured into these specialist crafts and went to international fairs all over Europe making quite a name for himself, but Malta had a very limited Market back then, and realised he had to innovate himself to grow.
He loved art and did most of the work himself, his experience and passion took him into a more artistic path, and by being more focused on upcoming trends, he found something that inspired him and set him off on a whole new business venture; Framing, and the niche market of interior design and it is then that he realised what his business was meant to be.