April 10, 2013

Wolf-Gordon Debuts Gleam for Type-II Wall Coverings


introduces Gleam, a collection of nine type-II wall coverings. The aptly named Gleam features dramatic patterns created with a mylar transfer process and printed with metallic inks. A Long Island City, New York-based company, Wolf-Gordon’s inspiration for the collection derives from sources around the globe: Italian textiles, Moorish tile, Nordic botanicals and artisanal gold leafing.


The nine patterns come in seven color ways each, ranging from soft and subtle to attention grabbing bolder hues. The wall coverings, meant for hospitality, retail, and other commercial interiors, range from oversize motifs—found in Alhambra’s large Moorish medallions with metallic outlines—to the small scale Etruscan, a hand-drawn tile pattern reminiscent of ceramics sprinkled with mica flakes.


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