Mindoro Bio-based Wallcoverings from Elitis

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Recently shown in Paris by Elitis is this innovative collection of handcrafted wallcoverings made with natural plant materials. The artisan crafted paper mache is made of Palm fibres, Abaca bark and bamboo, which is then immersed in vegetable dyes. Lapu-Lapu is made with 28cm x 28cm (11″ x 11″) squares of the paper mache hand-glued over the entire width of the wallcovering in a random board game layout. Continue reading

Hand Screened Wallpaper by Aimée Wilder


Drawing inspiration from contemporary graphic art and the design world, Aimée Wilder produces both traditional and contract wallcoverings and fabrics. All of the patterns are hand-silk screened on clay-coated paper and on two contract wall covering substrates, Type II paper Backed Vinyl and Terralon. The Traditional Wallpaper can also be used for commercial purposes due to a similar fire rating and all of fabrics can be produced with a commercial coating. Continue reading

Fabric No 2 Wallcovering from Submaterial

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Submaterial has taken two of their popular Construct wallhanging patterns and created a new series of large scale wool felt and cork wall coverings. Figure No 2 is one of the new bold organic patterns in the series that is both graphic and dimensional. Not only does the wall covering provide a strong architectural element it also has exceptional acoustic properties. Continue reading

Zambra Wallcovering from Versa Wallcovering

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This handsome wallcovering from Versa has a woven wire look that was inspired by the raised surface of an African drum. The textural pattern creates an interesting play of light across the surface and is available in eighteen striking colorways. It is manufactured with Versa’s revolutionary Second Look recycled technology for a total of 20% recycled content and is recyclable through this same program. Continue reading