The company introduced its line of paintable wall applications "Wallter" in 2004. The geometric, wood-based applications add a third dimension to the wall on which they are composed, commanding light and shadow in an inventive way and turn the space in to something original. With the growing popularity of Wallter, the company decided to change its name from Fold bedding to Wallter in August of 2007. Wallter continues to find voids in the home accessory market with their introduction of decorative mobiles. Wallter's clients include The W Hotel, Hotel Lucia, Seattle's Hotel Max, Crate and Barrel, Dreamworks Productions, Chiasso, Urban Outfitters, Stratus Films, ABC's Extreme Makeover Home Edition, and HGTV's Debbie Travis' Facelift. As their business has grown, so has their family. Their first child, Adam, was born in October 2001. Their second son, Owen, was born in May 2007. The two children often come to work with the couple, and soon will know their way around computer design programs like Photoshop. The family works and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.